How Dating Markets Have Changed

As they replace the traditional ways that couples meet each other, onlne dating markets are reducing the role of friends and family.

The Ups and Downs of Global Beer Consumption

Your beer consumption can depend on where you live, whether you prefer wine, your country’s traditions, and your income.

A Simple Explanation of Wacky Oil Prices

Looking at a crude oil matchmaker, production, and consumption, we can simply explain the below zero April oil price plunge.

When Pandemic Electricity Demand Is Like the Big Flush

Although pandemic lockdowns have reduced electricity demand, still, like the “big flush” after the Super Bowl, they need to retain peak capacity.

How Your Purchases Reflect Your Politics

When researchers have compared consumer purchases and politics, they’ve observed that what we buy can relate to whether we are a Democrat or a Republican.

The Baby Boomer Home Sale Surge

As Baby Boomers decide whether they want to move, downsize, sell or rent, housing markets could see an avalanche of home sales.

The Big French Fry Crunch

Because of bad weather in parts of Canada and the major U.S. growing states, we could have a potato shortage that creates a French fry crunch.

Why World Series Ticket Prices Are Soaring

Because baseball fans from Washington D.C. have waited 86 years for their team to reach the top, their World Series ticket prices are soaring.

What North Korean Workers Did With Their Choco Pies

While the North Korean economy is centrally planned, the Choco Pie is a tiny example of the how a market system develops.

The Lid on the Pot Industry

While states find it’s tough to predict marijuana tax revenue, they can assume that higher rates will nudge consumers toward black markets.