Italy’s economy enters choppy waters – POLITICO

Click play to listen to this article Smooth sailing in Italy is about to end. A combination of factors – the ‘Super Mario’ brand of its prime minister, negative interest rates and the opportunity to spend nearly €200 billion in the EU refund money It means that the third-largest economy in the European Union was … Read more

The return of stagflation can be prevented with smart policy – POLITICO

Joachim Nagel is Chairman of the Deutsche Bundesbank. Flashy background, corduroy flares, long sideburns, disco and punk. The 1970s were a tumultuous “in your face” decade. And for many, this decade is still a magnet. Revivals come again and again, both in fashion and music. Economically, the 1970s were a difficult decade, plagued by two … Read more

The Russian ruble reached its strongest level in 7 years despite the sanctions

A 1 Russian ruble coin and a Russian flag are displayed on the screen in this multiple exposure illustration taken in Krakow, Poland on March 8, 2022. Jacob Borzeki | Norfoto | Getty Images The Russian ruble hit 52.3 against the dollar on Wednesday, up nearly 1.3% from the previous day and the strongest level … Read more

Bitcoin Bretton Woods Conference in El Salvador

Kudzai Kutukwa is A passionate advocate for financial inclusion and has been recognized by the fast company Magazine as one of the Top 20 Young Entrepreneurs in South Africa under the age of 30. In July 1944, in Bretton Woods, New Hampshire, more than 730 delegates from 44 countries gathered at the Mount Washington Hotel … Read more

Is the Federal Reserve finally in control? Markets Think So – On Their Responsibility

Investors may give central banks too much credit – or blame – for everything that happens to inflation. Stocks are still volatile Even after the comfort rally in late May, which shows a close inverse correlation to indicators of global financial conditions such as Treasury yields, corporate debt spreads and US dollar demand. Pessimists see … Read more