Over the past year, American inflation has dropped from 9% to 3%. In August, Dr. Jeremy Siegel, Wharton professor emeritus of finance, expressed confidence the United States will not face a surge in inflation despite recent efforts to tighten monetary policy. But will consumers see financial relief from higher costs? Inflation and prices Unfortunately not, according to … [Read more...] about Understanding the dynamics between inflation and price stability
Have you ever looked at the night sky and noticed that it didn’t appear dark? That in fact, the sky which should be inky black was instead a dull gray or hazy blue? Have you tried to stargaze and been unable to see any celestial bodies at all? Dr. David Mitchell, economics professor at Missouri State University, explains light pollution. “It’s obtrusive or unwanted … [Read more...] about Dark skies bring great beauty and provide balance
By now, you’ve probably received your COVID-19 stimulus check from the government, or will soon. If you don’t need to use the money to cover basic needs, what should you do with it? Dr. David Mitchell, professor of economics at Missouri State University, offers some suggestions to Fatherly. … [Read more...] about How should you spend your stimulus check?