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3 August 2011
A multinational team of financial regulators, led by the US Department of Justice, is investigating allegations that some of the world's leading banks manipulated currency rates at the time of the credit crunch crisis in 2008...
25 March 2009
Comment: Twenty year old Ashley Jenkins has recently joined the Socialist Party. Here he explains his experiences as a tenant in Gloucester...
8 October 2008
Labour bails out the bosses: Waiting for the bus outside Asda, I assess my situation with regards to fuel poverty. Asda is not my nearest supermarket but I think it's the cheapest. Sally Huggins, Waltham Forest Socialist Party, comments.
8 October 2008
ECONOMISTS AND political leaders are looking to the recent economic history of Japan with growing fear. Is the US economy also heading for a 'lost decade'? asks Jared Wood, Oxford Socialist Party.
7 October 2008
"Black Mondays used to be a once-a-decade event - now they're coming along more regularly than a London bus" declared one senior London trader as the UK stock market suffered the biggest one day points fall on record...
30 September 2008
Defend workers' living standards. Photo International Socialists
30 September 2008
Peter Taaffe, general secretary of the Socialist Party interviewed.
29 September 2008
Editorial, Socialism Today, October 2008: Over recent years, we have often been accused of being 'catastrophists'. This is because we predicted that the debt-driven bubble economy, dominated by high-profit, high-risk finance capitalism, would...
23 September 2008
British capitalism in crisis: This was the week that the world changed. For over two decades all we have heard from the UK government is that the market must decide. Schools, hospitals and public services have been cut and privatised...
13 August 2008
Tony Saunois, secretary of the Committee for a Workers' International (CWI), opened the CWI international summer school by firmly underlining the changes being brought in by the new economic crisis of capitalism and the importance of workers' struggles which will emerge, writes Alison Hill.
16 July 2008
Bubbles: The cover of Socialism Today, May 2007, anticipated the crash. Cartoon by Suz
The main cause is the explosion of world oil, food and other commodity prices.
Yet Brown, Darling and other New Labour ministers are calling for "pay restraint"! But why should workers pay for inflation?
Lynn Walsh looks at the causes and consequences of this sickness of free market capitalism.
11 June 2008
Years of frenzied speculation on commodity markets: We have been hit by a tsunami of energy price rises. A flood of speculative activity in oil markets has produced a huge bubble that will inevitably collapse in coming months. Lynn Walsh investigates.
4 June 2008
THE CHIEF executive of Bradford and Bingley bank has stepped down amidst reports of massively reduced profits, due to an increasing number of accounts in arrears...
28 May 2008
CREDIT CRUNCH hitting wages and prices? Not true for City of London fat cats who have been awarded bonuses totalling £13.2 billion so far this year.
21 May 2008
IN SPAIN it was 76%, in Italy, France and Germany it was over 80%. That was the percentage of people who told a Financial Times/Harris poll that the gap between rich and poor is too wide.
2 February 2001
POLITICAL AND business leaders of world capitalism assembled last week for their annual get together - the World Economic Forum - in the mountain-top resort of Davos, Switzerland, writes Dave Carr.
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