When the penny was introduced in 1971, a pint of milk cost 5p. You can't buy anything with pennies anymore.
New research shows that many adults across the world are financially illiterate and unable to complete even basic mathematical calculations.
This episode is all about bitcoin. Will it be the currency of the future? Who’s trying to capitalise on the legal loopholes of cryptocurrencies? And is it possible to make mining them more green.
An analysis of Bitcoin's fundamentals shows how much of a bubble its price has inflated to.
Today's news can often involve mind-bogglingly large numbers. A math professor shares some tricks for understanding it all.
You may have imagined the blockchain would lead to a world without governments or institutions veryifying transactions, research shows that it probably won't.
Years of political instability and economic mismanagement under the rule of ZANU-PF have left Zimbabwe’s financial system in chaos. The country is living on borrowed time and borrowed money.
The federal government is trying to make Australians more financially literate, but it's using a definition that ignores many political, economic and cultural factors.
Meet Jakob Fugger, the man who underwrote the ambition of power-hungry medieval Princes.
Despite its name, cryptocurrency isn't just money. It could also be debt or equity and so it should be regulated and taxed in the same way as other finance.
The new series of Australian banknotes are not a designer's dream but they are the strongest yet in terms of preventing counterfeiting.
We need to work out how to save capitalism from itself.
Was setting fire to all that money immoral waste, ritual sacrifice or artistic statement?
A recent ban on charges for paying by credit or debit card could open the door to legal action for surplus fees paid in the past.
There's a raging debate in South Africa about the role of its central bank. This is inevitable given that so much is changing in the world of central banking and in economic life.
ATMs will need to evolve to remain relevant, perhaps taking on other services entirely.
Currency first hit the scene thousands of years ago. An anthropologist explains the early origins and uses of money – and how archaeological finds fill in our picture of the past.
A new study of how frequently certain words were used between 1800 and 2000 shows that political power as a guiding principle is more important than money and religious belief.
Here's what the latest funding proposals mean for schools.
Around a fifth of 15-year-olds in Australia do not have basic financial literacy.