Somewhat invisible, time determines whether central bankers and legislators have the accurate statistics that they need for economic policy.
About more than money, our currency images of Harriet Tubman on the $20 bill relate to gender, race, and our expectations.
Although quantitative easing flooded the banking system with trillions of dollars, we are still debating how much it lifted the economy.
High for the Swiss and low in Portugal, the average amount of money that we keep in our wallets for cash payments varies from country to country.
Through six simple facts, we can better understand the meaning of Venezuela’s hyperinflation and how much it has diminished production.
The six Federal Reserve facts that we need to know relate to why it was created, what it always does, and what is happening now.
In an increasingly cashless Sweden, an Ikea cash-free store has created a positive response from management and many customers but not from everyone.
Calming the everyday monetary chaos created by Venezuela’s hyperinflation is about much more than lopping zeros off its currency.
Zimbabwe’s monetary crises used to create money laundering…literally. To preserve their limited supply of worn U.S. dollars, households had to wash them: Now though, they have a new solution. Going Cashless Mobile money has become increasingly popular. Wherever hyperinflation is…
When you look at Norway’s new banknotes and their (hilarious) video describing the journey of a cod from the sea to a wallet, you can see that central bankers have become more interesting.