Pulse: Finance, Banking, and Regulation
A Weak Yen Is Dragging Japan Down
Despite strengthening relative to the U.S. dollar in recent weeks, the currency’s real value is at a 50-year low.
Japan's New Economy & Low Interest Rate Equilibrium - A Panel Discussion
Wednesday, October 26, 2022, 11AM CDT: EconVue Subscriber Event
You are invited to a panel discussion on Japan's outlier monetary policy with economists John Greenwood and Richard Katz, moderated by Lyric Hughes Hale.
The Truth About Today’s Inflation
The conventional wisdom about inflation needs a course correction. Here’s why:
The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that the wages and total compensation of Americans working full-time at least kept pace with inflation from January through March. Based on what people tell government surveyors, median weekly earnings after inflation stabilized in the first quarter of 2022 after falling steadily through 2021.
Sustainability Stars: SASB Founder Jean Rogers Profiled in Callaway Climate Insights
SAN FRANCISCO (Callaway Climate Insights) — Jean Rogers is a Silicon Valley executive on a fast track to change 21st-century capitalism one innovative company at a time. The mind behind the founding of the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board, Dr. Rogers now works as an adviser at the one-of-a-kind Long Term Stock Exchange — where the intention is to tilt the playing field to help long-haul-minded startups get support and access to capital.