The majority of U.S. households saw debts rise in 2020. This data looks at the growth in household debt and the existing debt pile, by generation
Since 2003, U.S. household debt has doubled to over $14.5 trillion. We break down the components of this colossal figure.
Over the past decade, the top 1% of U.S. households' portion of wealth has gone from 28.6% to 31.2%.
Over the last decade, U.S. bank locations have closed down at an alarming rate. Are we nearing the end of branch banking?
We break down gold's three major bull markets over the last century. This includes the current one, in which gold has hit 8-year highs.
As interest rates continue their historic spiral downwards, the world's central banks are running out of conventional tools to settle markets.
Markets are complex systems - and there is mounting evidence that they have reached a critical state. See how and why the next 'avalanche' could be...
The differences between America's poorest homes - those with negative wealth - and their positive counterparts are stark and numerous.
Is there really a recovery? Most recent data shows that there are 9.4 million more Americans in poverty than 2007, with growing inequality.
Polls show that fewer Americans are in the stock market than in the last two decades. The biggest casualties have been lower and middle income earners.