While gold and silver coin production during U.S. presidencies has declined, public debt continues to climb to historically high levels.
In 2019, the value of global money creation was over 500 times higher than the world's gold and silver coin production combined.
Amid trillions in COVID-19 stimulus, this graphic compares new U.S. dollars printed to U.S. precious metal coin production.
What policy tools are global central banks implementing to combat the economic effects of COVID-19? We compare the responses of 29 countries.
Quantitative easing has led to an unprecedented expansion of the Fed's balance sheet, leaving some economists with more questions than answers.
A visual breakdown of the CARES Act, the $2 trillion package to provide COVID-19 economic relief. It's the largest stimulus bill in modern history.
As interest rates continue their historic spiral downwards, the world's central banks are running out of conventional tools to settle markets.
Could interest rates enter negative territory permanently? This chart plots trend data over 700 years, showing that it could be a possibility.
Interest rates sit near generational lows — is this the new normal, or has it been the trend all along? We show a history of interest...
What share of government world debt does each country owe? See it all broken down in this stunning visualization.