This outlines the structure of the AQA AS exams and provides some tips and strategies to help achieve top marks.
This week's edition looks at the basis of inflation measurement in the UK and the recent publicity concerning the decline in the UK's inflation rate.
This week's edition looks at the Chancellor's Autumn Statement. It highlights the main changes announced and showcases how to analyse and evaluate the changes in stamp duty.
This week's edition looks at recent events in the oil market. An analytical approach is used to compare recent price changes to movements over the last 10 years, explain the likely causes of the price movements using demand/supply analysis and consider why OPEC has decided not to reduce production.
This is the final video on government debt. it explains the role of financial markets and the risks associated with the trading conditions relating to the UK's government debt.
This is the 2nd of 3 videos on government debt. it explains the role of the Debt Management Office in arranging loans for the government and the important role of the second hand market that trades government debt after initial issue.
The publication of the UK Labour Market Report last week re-energised the "cost of living crisis" debate. The report highlighted that for the first time in 5 years the annual rate of growth in earnings was higher than annual rate of growth in prices. This indicates that the economy might be returning to normality with purchasing power increasing rather than reducing as it has for the last 5 years.
This week's EzyEconomics News takes a look at the relationship between earnings and prices and why this will be a key political issue in the run up to the general election next year.