GDP is an important economic indicator that tries to calculate the value of all goods and services produced in an economy.Read More
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The Eurozone Debt Crisis of 2009-2012 threatened the EU with collapse and had a lasting impact in Europe and beyond.
The US runs a large trade deficit, and has for many years. But what is a trade deficit, and why does it matter? Let's look closer.
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What are the countries with the largest gold reserves? Let's look at the numbers and find out who has the gold!
Are we witnessing a battle of the dollar vs. crypto, where one is doomed to lose? Let's a closer look at this active market.
Are we in a recession? That question is generating concern and even panic. Let's look at US recessions and gain some perspective.
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