British Prime Minister Liz Truss, in office less than a month, has put forth economic policies that have alarmed financial leaders around the world and damaged her party's standing.
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The new U.K. leader’s plan to solve the crisis has sparked fresh problems and questions about her political future.
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The former governor of the Reserve Bank of New Zealand explains how it all started with an offhand comment more than 30 years ago.
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Good news for the dollar may mean bad news for the world.
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The decision makes loans more expensive in order to stymie price increases elsewhere.
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New England relies on imported liquefied natural gas, and, unfortunately, now Europe does too.
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The combination of gas prices peaking and the Dobbs decision coming down at nearly the exact same time 'synced up in the most optimal way imaginable for Democrats,' Republican lobbyist Liam Donovan told Grid.
The country is all in on gambling, but the risks are bigger than ever.
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Americans are going out to eat again, and they have extra motivation to do so: The price of food at home has been rising notably faster than the price of food people pay for at restaurants.
After months of deliberation, the Biden administration finally unveiled its plan to end the moratorium on student debt repayment first implemented by the Trump administration in March 2020.
Given Germany's dependence on Russian gas and Russian President Vladimir Putin’s repeated reminders of the leverage his country holds when it comes to energy, German officials and many German citizens are imagining a brutal winter.
The elaborate system around student loans makes a quick fix impossible.
The idea that implicit or explicit sanctions of Russian oil would lead to higher prices was not entirely unfounded.
How do you ban an open-source software project and make it stick?
A new economic theory is emerging pulling these two data points together: What if the entire economy is having its first day at work?