Britain’s Sketchy Growth Plan Is Scarier Than Its Bond Vigilantes

9/26/2022 10:45:00 PM

Britain’s growth plan shakes investor confidence, explains @jonsindreu #WSJWhatsNow

Britain’s growth plan shakes investor confidence, explains jonsindreu WSJWhatsNow

Investors don’t seem to have much confidence that the U.K. government’s fiscal splurge will generate the economic results it is hoping for.

Jon Sindreu Updated Sept.The British pound briefly against the U.A crash has closed Interstate 283 southbound between exit 2 and 1B (Eisenhower Blvd/PA 230), according to 511PA.The review comes as Britain seeks to boost extraction of fossil fuels with plans for new oil and gas licensing rounds and after the government last week lifted a ban on onshore fracking for gas as it tries to boost energy independence following Russia's invasion of Ukraine.

26, 2022 9:59 am ET The expansive, expensive economic policy of new U.K.dollar Monday, before paring losses.Prime Minister Liz Truss has revived fears of “bond vigilantes.It’s not known yet how long the southbound lanes will remain closed.” But the turmoil in financial markets may have more to do with the plan’s unclear return on investment than its hefty borrowing requirements.0349 during Asian trading hours, breaking through its previous record low of 1985.On Monday, sterling dropped to a record low against the U.The review will examine the most pro-business way of reaching net zero, how to maximise opportunities such as jobs and look at the economic costs and benefits associated with new technology.

S.08, down slightly less than 1%.dollar in overnight trading before rebounding slightly.Investors already expected Ms.Truss’s new government to spend north of £150 billion, equivalent to $163 billion, to freeze energy bills, but on Friday her Treasury chief, Kwasi Kwarteng, paired this with the most sweeping tax cuts since 1972, according to the independent Institute for Fiscal Studies, as well as totemic measures such as scrapping a cap on bankers’ bonuses.The total package will cost £291 billion, or a colossal 12.

6% of gross domestic product, over the next five years, according to estimates by UBS economist Anna Titareva.Continue reading your article with a WSJ membership.

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