The 5 worst financial disasters and recessions in history (and what they taught us)

Sep 6, 2020
The article appears very weighted against the UK, perhaps against Westminster, but this article may offer some stats for a balanced view on the struggles of countries...

"And if you compare the current rate with our closest neighbours, the UK’s CPI is at the upper end of the scale.
However, it is not as extreme as Spain (6.1%), the Netherlands (6.4%) or Belgium (7.59%) and only sits 0.2% above the EU average."

As we know, the UK is not part of the EU Zone any longer and currently has a lower inflation rate:

"Eurozone consumer prices rose by a record 5.8 per cent in February"

"The annual inflation rate in the US accelerated to 7.5% in January of 2022."