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The value of one bitcoin, the world’s most popular cryptocurrency, recently surpassed six thousand US dollars, a new high, raising the question as to why,…View More Bitcoin: A Better Way to Pay
British Prime Minister David Cameron announced 24 February that there would be a referendum on UK membership to the European Union. Recent fears regarding immigration…View More Brexit: Straining the Anglo-American Economic “Special Relationship”
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From its tumultuous conception in 1830, Venezuela has never reached a state of complete economic stability. However, the country is currently facing its worst crisis…View More Is Venezuela on the Road to Disaster?
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On 12 October, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences awarded the Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel (colloquially just the…View More Angus Deaton: Who is he and Why Does he Matter?
Ever since the last financial crash in 2008, we have successfully avoided another big financial tumble, and have had a relatively strong bull market since…View More Butterflies and Bubbles: A Review and Forecast of Global Markets