Economics

A Toast To Expanding Markets
A Toast To Expanding Markets

This was a very enjoyable podcast episode for me. I have recently gotten into craft brewing at home. I have made glogg, Irish Red Ale, Cider, and Orange Vanilla Cream Ale. The episode was about how a…

What To Expect From OPEC+
What To Expect From OPEC+

Tomorrow’s meeting of the OPEC cartel is expected to be quite an event. And not just because it’s the first time since the start of the pandemic that delegates are meeting in person. There is rampant…

The Business of Devastation
The Business of Devastation

Short of the barter system, there’s no avoiding currency. You can use the crypto variety, cash variety, dollars, rubles, whatever you’d like. But it’s still currency, and it determines one’s status…

When Will Britain Care About The Debt?
When Will Britain Care About The Debt?

For the past twelve years, consecutive Conservative governments have pulled the wool over British eyes. From Cameron to Johnson, the recent years of Conservative dictatorship, through Coronavirus and…

Porsche IPO as the second most successful debut in Germany
Porsche IPO as the second most successful debut in Germany

It has been speculated for several weeks that Porsche’s upcoming IPO could bring the German luxury sports car maker’s valuation to between €70 billion and €75 billion. On 29 August, Porsche shares…

2030: Job Automation, What Skills Are Needed?
2030: Job Automation, What Skills Are Needed?

In modern era, it certainly affects many sectors. Advances in technology, changing demographics, and the growing influence of the consumer and talent market are reshaping the future of work, creating…

Economics PhDs in a Tech Firm
Economics PhDs in a Tech Firm

Soon after I obtained my MBA from Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech), I left Atlanta for Tokyo to resettle my residential location to work and live a new life in a beverage giant from the…

BACK TO ROOTS, BACK TO KITCHEN
BACK TO ROOTS, BACK TO KITCHEN

Kitchens have different sizes, designs, and equipment, but no matter where in the world the kitchen is placed, it served one and only purpose, TO PREPARE FOOD. Many of my followers and people who…

A Critical Decisiveness for Telenor Withdrawing from Myanmar
A Critical Decisiveness for Telenor Withdrawing from Myanmar

Norwegian telecommunication company Telenor was evaluating its withdrawal from Myanmar thanks to booking losses in the first quarter. Developing Telecoms also reported that some Chinese firms were…

Weekly Update
Weekly Update

The chart above illustrates how treasury yields are changing on a weekly basis. This week we have seen the biggest increases at the long end of the curve. The 10-year moved up while 2-year left…

Government Intervention Aversion: Where Does It Come From?
Government Intervention Aversion: Where Does It Come From?

Is capitalism a stable socio-economic system? Does it need “external intrusions” and interventions in order to survive? Can we survive capitalism without the government’s help and interventions? To…

The British are Falling
The British are Falling

Last weekend the British Pound suffered a severe decline after the government introduced a new policy that gave significant tax cuts to the wealthiest citizens along with a costly plan to counter…

Key Takeaways from President Williams’s Speech on the Economic Outlook and Monetary Policy
Key Takeaways from President Williams’s Speech on the Economic Outlook and Monetary Policy

On Monday, October 3, New York Fed President John Williams spoke about inflation, monetary policy, and the economic outlook at the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce National Conference in Phoenix…

STRENGHT OF THE DOLLAR Series — Part 2
STRENGHT OF THE DOLLAR Series — Part 2

TOKYO, Sept 22 (Reuters) — Japan intervened in the currency market on Thursday to buy yen for the first time since 1998, in attempt to shore up the hard-hit currency after the Bank of Japan stuck…

STRENGHT OF THE DOLLAR Series — Part 1
STRENGHT OF THE DOLLAR Series — Part 1

On February 8, the Japanese yen fell to a 24-year low against the dollar, dropping to 143 yen per dollar. Not much has changed since then with the yen hovering between 142 and 144 per dollar. In…

NATIONAL LOGISTICS POLICY GAME CHANGER for Indian Economy
NATIONAL LOGISTICS POLICY GAME CHANGER for Indian Economy

On the 17th of September 2022 the Prime Minister of India, Shree Narendra Modi, made the grand announcement of the National Logistics Policy and the Unified Logistics Interface. Just like UPI…