From Osaka to New York, we look at a global ranking of the 10 most expensive cities, and how those rankings have changed over the last...
The annual Misery Index ranks the most and least miserable countries, based on four economic factors—unemployment, inflation, lending rates, and GDP growth.
Why do the exchange rates between currencies fluctuate? This infographic looks at six major factors that drive these movements.
How much more expensive are basic staples than they were 10 years ago? This infographic tracks grocery prices for 30 common items like cheese, fruit, and...
In real terms, the U.S. minimum wage peaked in value in 1968 - and it has actually dropped by more than 30% since then.
A timeline of U.S. monetary history shows the major events, the changing money supply, and the falling buying power of the U.S. dollar over time.
The preferred car for millionaires is a Ford, and most millionaires expect to continue working all the way until retirement.
Over the last 20 years, the things that are the most important to us, such as healthcare, education, food, and shelter, have skyrocketing prices.
This lengthy infographic counts down the 10 most miserable countries in the world based on key economic factors such as inflation, growth, and unemployment.
The continuation of our story on Germany's bout with hyperinflation in the early 1920s. We look at the effects, as well as even worse stories of...