June 12, 2022
How do we gauge whether stock prices are too low or too high? Eric Zitzewitz of Dartmouth College joins EconoFact Chats to discuss this question.
November 28, 2021
John Campbell of Harvard University and Michael Klein discuss the links between financial markets and the broader economy.
October 19, 2021
There are ongoing concerns about the volatility of the price of cryptocurrencies, their use for illegal and illicit transactions, their environmental impact, and the potential they pose for disrupting financial systems. What do we know about the actual and potential benefits and costs of cryptocurrencies to their users, and to society at large?
April 8, 2020
Interest rates on municipal bonds have risen dramatically, which has implications for investors, cities and states, and for state and local pension benefits.
March 15, 2020
The Fed cut interest rates and announced plans to lend $1.5 trillion to banks and financial institutions and purchase $37 trillion in U.S. Treasury securities.
September 8, 2019
Corporate debt in the U.S. stands at or near all-time highs. It is important to pay attention not just to the amount of debt but also to its composition.