The economics of railroads poses some problems for economists.
Economist Thomas Piketty, creator of some of the most absurd proposals embraced by the extreme left, has published an article in which he demands a cancellation of government debt in the hands of the European Central Bank “in exchange for greater public investment” which, by the way, would be paid with more issuance of public debt. This is fascinating.
There's an old grim joke about those who hold multiple jobs.
High-income countries are pushing and squabbling as they seek to vaccinate their own populations from COVID-19, while many lower-income countries have been pushed to the sidelines and forced to watch.
Silver fundamentals are stronger. There is no need to bet on squeezes.
The GameStop case is puzzling investors all around the world.
Under a "marketable permits" approach to controlling pollution, firms have permits to emit a certain amount of pollution.