When money's tight, there's a big difference between buying essentials and non-essentials. If a handbag is too expensive, we just do without. But what happens if basic essentials, like food, become too expensive?
Apple has debuted its largest-ever iPhone to compete with Samsung, which has led the trend toward big-screen phones. European customers will have to dig deeper into their pockets for the new devices than those in the US.
Bank of England chief Mark Carney has warned a hard Brexit may mean a UK housing price collapse. The usual Brexiteers were united in disparagement, but his words carry weight on the 10th anniversary of the last crash.
Hunger levels have been rising for three years in a row, states a new report by the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organization. In 2017, Africa and South America saw the highest increase.
British supermarket giant Tesco has unveiled the first of its new Jack's discount food stores, saying they would be the cheapest in town. The stores are intended to stop the advance of German-owned Lidl and Aldi.
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