People who spend a bigger chunk of their budget on gas and groceries are disproportionately impacted by rising prices.
Tribal law experts say corporations working in Indigenous territories should seek consent rather than mere consultation.
The IMF forecasts a slowdown in growth from 6.1% in 2021 to 3.6% in 2022. But the pandemic and the war could change its outlook.
The cryptocurrencies — pegged to "real" currencies that aren't supposed to fluctuate in value — are the bedrock of the crypto economy.
"Everything is just a constant pivot," says Gretchen Blough, a customs broker in Erie, Pennsylvania.
There's a "long and variable lag" between monetary policy starting to control inflation and inflation responding in a substantial way.
The United Nations’ index of global food prices rose 12.6% in March, increasing the risk of hunger in the developing world.
Companies facing few competitors can hike prices more easily than those in competitive markets.
Adam Posen of the Peterson Institute says that could lead to less varied, costlier goods and a more divided and politically uncertain world.
A new trade deal with the U.K. will erase Trump-era tariffs on steel and aluminum imported into the U.S., and motorcycles and whiskey exported to the U.K.