Could the latest jump in Sweden’s inflation come down to … Beyoncé?
In 2023, the global economy looks a lot different.
Economies around the world are in a bit of limbo right now. With record-high inflation, there’s essentially too much money circulating in the economy, meaning prices of everything from gas to food go up. There are really two ways to deal with that problem. One is to raise interest
We all know that the decisions we make at the grocery store affect our carbon footprint. But we’ve also all been a little tight on cash at times and had to decide if we actually needed the all-natural, plant-based, biodegradable, carbon-neutral, green-to-the-max shower loofah – and opted for the boring
Whether you’re an American or not, you’ve probably heard the horror stories about people straddled by student loan debt from their time at a US university. Well, following through on a campaign promise, US President Joe Biden announced a package that will cancel US$10,000 worth of
To start off, we’re looking into: China and the US talk about the economy We’ve previously mentioned that the US is in the middle of considering rolling back some tariffs on Chinese goods that were put in place back when Trump was in office. The reason is to
Sri Lanka is in the middle of an economic crisis with eye-watering high levels of inflation and usable foreign reserves at a low. This comes after the country failed to make payment on a foreign debt for the first time in its history in May and while it’s struggling