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Inflation in Austria highest since 1981

Inflation in Austria has jumped to its highest level in over 40 years, media reported on Wednesday citing data from the country’s federal statistics agency Statistics Austria.  “In April 2022, consumer prices again increased significantly compared to last year – by 7.2%. We saw such a high rate of price …

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Fed announces highest interest rate hike since 2000

Citing high inflation, the US Federal Reserve has raised its base interest rate by 50 basis points, or 0.5%, and announced it would be selling off some assets from its $9 trillion balance sheet. The rate hike is the highest since May 2000, when the dot-com stock bubble burst. “Inflation …

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Germany takes Italy to UN’s highest court

Germany is suing Italy in the top UN court in the latest round of long-standing dispute over Nazi compensation claims, the International Court of Justice (ICJ) revealed on Friday. In its application Germany claims that Rome has continued to allow Nazi war crime victims to file requests for compensation from …

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UK sees highest inflation in 30 years

The annual rate of inflation in the United Kingdom shot up 7% in March, the highest level recorded since 1992, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS). Data released on Wednesday showed that the largest contributors to the trend were increased fuel prices and energy bills. The consumer price …

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Spain sees highest inflation in nearly 40 years

Inflation in Spain rose by 9.8% in March compared to the same month last year, according to preliminary data published by the National Statistics Institute on Wednesday. The rise in the consumer price index is the highest since May 1985, and the provisional figure for this month is more than …

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European consumer prices climb at highest rate on record

February consumer price inflation in Europe accelerated by 5.9% compared to last year’s 0.9% per annum, marking the fastest annual jump on record, Eurostat statistics agency said on Thursday. The indicator rose sharply from 5.1% in January. Prices spiked most in Lithuania (14.0%), Estonia (11.6%) and the Czech Republic (10.0%). …

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Deadly bat caves & humanized mice tests: Released docs describe ‘HIGHEST RISK’ involved in US-funded coronavirus research in Wuhan

More than 900 pages of material related to this research were published on the non-profit media company’s website on Tuesday. The documents were acquired as part of an ongoing Freedom of Information Act litigation by The Intercept against the National Institutes of Health. The documents detail the work of EcoHealth Alliance, …

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