• Important Economic Concepts for Everyday Life

    17 Jul 2020 11:28 AM |

    Learn about important economic concepts like inflation and GDP in this easy-to-understand guide.

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  • How far can gold go? $3000 an ounce?

    14 Jul 2020 01:23 PM |


    Analysts at Bank of America, for one, are optimistic on the outlook for the yellow metal, raising their 18-month price target to $3,000 an ounce, more than half as much again as the nine-year old record of around $1,921.

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  • Inflation and Related Terms: Explained

    7 Jul 2020 11:48 AM |

    Learn about deflation, disinflation, hyperinflation, stagflation and more.

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  • US stocks futures continue rising, completing last week's movement

    6 Jul 2020 02:57 PM |

    With the beginning of the week’s trading, stock futures in the United States continued the bullish movement of last week, when Dow Jones rose from 25800 at the time of writing, the Dow Jones has increased by more than 375 points, and the S&P 500 and Nasdaq futures are also trading at higher levels.

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  • What is Inflation and its Causes

    6 Jul 2020 11:47 AM |

    Learn what inflation is and what causes it.

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  • Know the types and characteristics of monopoly

    1 Jul 2020 11:36 AM |

    Monopoly is a structure characterized by one party control over markets that sells one unique product. In a monopolistic market

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  • The Week ahead: Flash PMI surveys ahead of second wave of Covid-19 Spell

    21 Jun 2020 11:41 AM |

    Data releases in the coming week will be scrutinized eagerly for clues on the length and depth of recessions caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, most notably the flash PMI updates for the US, Europe and Japan due on Tuesday.

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  • What awaits us this week after the huge fluctuation in the markets last week?

    14 Jun 2020 04:22 PM |

    The market volatility was driven by panic in the markets after the US Federal Reserve announced its somber forecast of the US’s economic recovery post the Covid-19 pandemic. The Fed indicated that the US economy may contract by 6.5% this year and the economic recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic-induced recession would be a slow one, with interest rates remaining very low until 2022, while maintaining its pro-economic policies.

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