Experts explain why there might not be much to celebrate and proffer solutions.
At every midterm election since 2006, the non-presidential party has easily won control of the House. It will be difficult for Democrats to defy this history.
Canada’s current income assistance programs are not doing enough to support Canadians. If the goal of temporary assistance is to help those in need, these programs must have better, broader coverage.
There should be a better long-term strategy for foreign direct investments in Nigeria that’s not tied to its oil reserves.
The time to fix the roof is while the sun is still shining. Before the economic situation goes from bad to worse, the impact of rising interest rates can be mitigated in a combination of ways.
The Fed’s recent rate hikes are contributing to higher prices and growing recession risks around the world, yet there are good reasons why the US central bank has to keep its focus domestic.
The reality is that the US Federal Reserve has decided price rises must be addressed by raising interest rates. African countries have no choice by to follow suite.
How to spot the changes made to goods and services as a result of rising costs.
How Liz Truss’s energy cost freeze could affect what you pay for heat, power and even other goods and services.
Inflation remained near a 40-year high due to a jump in the cost of food and shelter. But that might not mean the Federal Reserve will get more aggressive when it comes to monetary policy.
The Bank of Canada’s expansionary monetary policy in 2021 is an important source of the high inflation we are experiencing today.
Kenya’s new administration needs to prioritise investing in sustainable solutions to fix perennial maize shortages.
Higher fees might well be the best option.
The likely next prime minister is focusing on tax cuts to solve inflation.
Everyone is talking about how to alleviate energy prices this winter, but no one acknowledges that the average household has been getting poorer for more than a decade.
While authorities such as the Reserve Bank often see them as risky, interest-only loans can be helpful in some circumstances.
Nigeria’s next president will be saddled with a near comatose economy. Here are four priorities that would make the difference.
Economic conditions today are very different from those that informed Bob Hawke’s 1983 summit – and that will affect what unions and the government can get from each other at the 2022 summit.
Central banks are having to choose between ruinous inflation or ruinous interest rates.
Inflation is perhaps the biggest poverty accelerator in the economy due to its weakening effect on people’s purchasing power.