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The Bank of Japan continues to be the only central bank that purchases equity securities, and it now holds $434 billion of Japanese stocks.
The battle against the COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in heightened debt-to-GDP levels across all sectors and countries.
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The pace of mainstream EV adoption has been slow, but is expected to accelerate as automakers overcome these five critical challenges.
Each generation of Americans has historically earned more than their parents, but declining upward mobility is putting this growth at risk.
The world's largest automakers generate a staggering amount of revenue. In fact, in the time it took you to read this, Volkswagen earned over $50,000.
Consumer sentiment has dropped significantly since the emergence of COVID-19, but why haven't stock markets seemed to notice?
Nothing is certain in politics until the results are in. Here's a roundup of the most surprising longshot victories in American history.
For decades, developed countries outsourced their recyclables to China. Now, they're on their own, and a multi-billion dollar opportunity has emerged.