China has been planning for years to have one of the major currencies of the world and recent global changes are showing the fruits of these efforts
Economic growth in the current economic recovery is going nowhere, but that is not as bad as it seems. The good news is that the economy continues to grow
More debate is occuring about raising the Fed's target rate of inflation from 2 percent. Recent history indicates that this will do little and might even make things worse
Stock buybacks are a result of the incentives created by the federal government over the past fifty years and not just a current response to activist investors
New research indicates that less educated workers have suffered during two of the longest economic recoveries in American history, a problem that cannot be solved by pumping up aggregate demand.
More 'experts' are advising Greece to default on its debt or for the IMF and others to forgive most of the debt and get on with life.
Although we hear lots and lots of stories from the press and from economists about market failures, we need to hear the other stories about how markets can work
The United States government has been supporting the profits of U.S. multinational companies for the past 50 years by its commitment to a weak dollar. Is this era over?
Stock markets are falling all over the world due to unfavorable events. Many have claimed that world stock markets are over valued. Is this the collapse?
The new Greek government has played around for too long. Europe has other things to do in order for the Eurozone to become the strong, productive economic tradiing unit.