Category:2008-09 financial crisis
In 2008, the possibility of an economic crisis was suggested by several important indicators of economic downturn worldwide. These included high oil prices, which led to both high food prices (due to a dependence of food production on petroleum) and global inflation; a substantial credit crisis leading to the bankruptcy of several large and well established investment banks; increased unemployment; and the possibility of a global recession.
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- 23 December 2010: China prepared to support eurozone countries hit by financial crisis
- 8 April 2010: UK interest rates remain at 0.5%
- 6 December 2009: US unemployment rate down to ten percent
- 15 November 2009: European Union emerges from recession
- 6 November 2009: US unemployment rate surpasses 10%
- 5 November 2009: Toyota quits Formula One
- 16 October 2009: Bank of America reports losses of over US$2.2 billion
- 9 October 2009: US deficit reaches record $1.4 trillion
- 2 October 2009: US unemployment rate reaches 9.8%
- 19 September 2009: UK energy companies announce that prices for bills could increase
Pages in category "2008-09 financial crisis"
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