When North Korean prices for rice and corn rise steeply, we get the message that something is wrong with supply and demand.
Looking at Apple in China, we can see the collateral damage that a seemingly targeted tariff can create for multinationals.
Doing an iPhone teardown for the XS Max, we see the cost of the components and the suppliers that extend around the world.
The market’s message from bee pollination prices has minimized the impact of colony collapse disorder (CCD) on our Big Mac.
Looking at the North Korean economy, economists have to become detectives because the government refuses to share basic statistics.
Just by looking at a $35,000 Tesla price, we can decide if Elon Musk is creating luxury vehicles or cars for the masses.
On November 15, Leonardo da Vinci’s Salvator Mundi sold for $450.3 million ($400 million plus fees). The auction lasted 19 minutes. Salvator Mundi: Where are we going? To the message from the price. Where to Ship When you are dealing…
Last year, Venezuela’s inflation rate exceeded 800%. For this year, the data conflicts. While the Wall Street Journal and the IMF say Venezuela is on its way to hyperinflation, Johns Hopkins economist Steve Hanke says the rate is closer to 70%.…