Looking back at the Japanese economy and ahead at the United States, we can ask if we will have similar fiscal and monetary results.
Trying to compare the incomparable, we sometimes say it’s like apples and oranges because they are so different. It turns out that they aren’t that different but they’re not really similar either: The same is true for the Covid-19…
When an emerging markets nation like Argentina has a vulnerable economy, then the pandemic lockdown can create a sovereign debt default.
Economic anthropologists focus on the human side of money when they see us now and in the past, as individuals, as families, and as one world.
The U.S. dollar is a handy backup when a country’s currency loses its value. After Zimbabwe’s hyperinflation hit its peak (or its nadir) in 2009, they used U.S. dollars but didn’t have enough. So, when the cash got too gray…
Although the BLS reports the CPI (Consumer Price Index) inflation rate each month, our own household could see different price changes.
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.
Calming the everyday monetary chaos created by Venezuela’s hyperinflation is about much more than lopping zeros off its currency.
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.