May CPI numbers are making it harder to discount inflation as COVID-related economic distortion.
Has Russia prevailed in its longstanding diplomatic tug-of-war with France?
The greenback’s position as premier reserve currency continues to erode, albeit slowly.
Signs of a fall-off were scant in May inflation numbers for the United States.
Several senior ex-officials of the dissolved CNRP have joined a new party. Yet given Prime Minister Hun Sen’s record of stifling opponents, their chances of electoral success are slim.
Amid the chaos of COVID-19, dubious legal practitioners appear to be intentionally turning viable businesses into distressed debt, and solely for profit.
The Left appears to have carried the day in Peru’s clash of political extremes.
Voters in Peru face an existential decision this weekend, one that many never asked for in the first place.
Moscow took another step toward de-dollarization this week, the latest in a gradual process that has been unfolding for years.
Is recent inflation temporary or not? This is what ECB governors will grapple with when they meet in Frankfurt next week.