Former Chairwoman of the Federal Reserve, Janet Yellen, appeared on the Brookings Institution podcast "Dollar & Sense" to discuss monetary policy, currencies, and manipulation.
The World Bank is one of the most powerful economic institutions in the world, but what is it and what does it actually do?
The Federal Reserve bought a lot of mortgage-backed securities after the financial crisis. Will their reversal of this have a negative impact on the housing market?
Towards the end of 2018, something ominous emerged that market commentators and economists had been anticipating for a while... The US yield curve inverted! But what does this mean and [...]
Oil is currently in a bear market, after prices crashed from the high over the past couple of months. But what is behind this big decline?
Dalio discusses the biggest lesson that has been learned from the 2008 financial crisis and his concerns for the economy over the next two years.
There was recently a rise in oil prices, thanks to a number of interrelated market factors. Is Trump right to be blaming it all on OPEC?
Yet another plot twist in the trade tariff saga. A leaked draft bill, ordered by the president, shows intention to potentially pull the U.S. out of the WTO.
We look at some of the major events this week, including the Federal Reserve raising rates and the ECB announcing the end of their quantitative easing.
Why is Italy threatening to leave the euro? We summarise the problems in the euro area that has led to this crazy political situation in Italy.