Higher interest rates are not bad for everything, particularly the $USD.
The real reason for the proposal to send money to Ukraine is not what you think.
In the second part of our three-part series on inflation, we take a look at the Fed’s involvement in money supply and interest rates.
In the first of this 3-part series on the causes of inflation, we start with the scenario of when consumer demand exceeds the supply of goods.
Should currency be backed by gold? We will answer this age-old question which has become relevant because of Russia’s recent action.
Learn about where the value of money comes from, and how the federal reserve’s decision making affects the value of your money.