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Why Taxing Billionaires Won’t Reduce Taxes for the Middle Class

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Bank of England Governor Cautions Against Interest Rate Cuts Despite 4% Inflation

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The latest inflation figures in the United States look relatively positive, with a slight decline in annualized inflation rates.

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