Oil Prices May Hurt Britain, TooBy
Although Britain is an oil-producing country, the jump in oil prices is not considered favorable for the economy. Higher fuel costs are cutting sharply into consumer budgets. As a result, oil protests erupted in September. And Bank of England Governor Eddie George has said that higher oil costs have not fed through to other prices, but that the BOE "would be extremely concerned if oil prices were to rise substantially."
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