Whether getting married or establishing a de facto relationship, it is always wise to protect your assets by creating a binding financial agreement.
A banking crisis can manifest in diverse ways and develop over time, ultimately spreading beyond borders.
The Oxford Review of Economic Policy has published a 10-paper symposium on the “Economics of Pandemic Vaccination.”
According to the recently announced 2023 budget, the UK will not enter a technical recession this year, and inflation will fall to 2.9% by the end of the year.
For those who do not follow the ins and outs of academic macroeconomics, it is perhaps useful to say that there has been an ongoing struggle in recent decades between what is sometimes called freshwater and saltwater economics.
Starting in the Great Recession of 2007-9, the Federal Reserves started a policy of “quantitative easing,” in which the Fed held substantial quantities of financial assets like US Treasury bonds and federally guaranteed mortgage-based debt. The problem at the time was that the Fed had reduced its policy interest rate to near-zero. The idea was that if the Fed held such assets, then interest rates could be somewhat lower, compared to a situation where these assets were being sold in financial markets.
The COVID-19 pandemic brought a surge of telemedicine, especially when public and private health insurers became willing to reimburse for it.