The inflation rate was .4% in May, and 2.1% for the last year. The core inflation rate was 2.0% year-over-year, finallly reaching the Fed's target.
U.S. income inequality has worsened significantly in the past 30 years. What is the cause, what can be done about it, and how does it affect you?
The average U.S. income is worse today than in 2000.Levels are falling because the government has focused on debt reduction instead of job creation.
High gas prices are caused by futures investments, not supply and demand. Find out why prices are high, and why they rose from 2008 to the present.
Capital goods are the machinery, equipment and buildings used by businesses to create supply. Find examples and how it differs from consumer goods.
The capital gains tax is the same as your income for short-term gains, and 15 - 20% for long-term gains. How this difference affects the economy and you.
Monetary policy manages inflation and unemployment by controlling interest rates and the supply of money and credit. It is directed by a nation's central bank.
Small cap stocks are are shares of companies with a market capitalization of less than $2 billion. Buy when the business cycle is expanding.
As Baby Boomers age, so will the labor force. Many can't afford to retire, thanks to the financial crisis. What this means for the U.S. economy.
Aggregate supply is everything produced by the 4 factors of production plus capital. Explains the law of supply and demand and what the U.S supplies.