Until recently, the United States was a big net importer of oil, while Britain was a small net exporter of oil. This meant that higher oil prices harmed the U.S. economy, but had a slightly positive effect on the U.K. economy. Now the two nations are switching roles.
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The price of oil in Europe is rising, in part due to a supply cut from Iran and in part due to inflationary monetary policies.
Japan couldn't trick its way out of an economic meltdown, and neither can the US.