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Deflation

Deflation is when prices decrease throughout the economy. It is the opposite of inflation and most commonly associated with a contraction of the money supply, a drop in aggregate demand and technological progress. When there is less money chasing the same number of goods and services, prices decrease.

Hyperinflation in Zimbabwe

The Zimbabwean hyperinflation occurred between 2007-2009. It was the first episode of hyperinflation recorded in the 21st century. During the hyperinflation in Zimbabwe, prices rose exponentially and reached an inflation rate of 89,700,000,000,000,000,000,000% in November 2008.

Federal Funds Rate

The federal funds rate, sometimes called fed funds rate, is the target interest rate at which banks provide overnight loans to each other. It is one of the main tools used by the Federal Reserve to conduct monetary policy. By controlling the federal funds rate, the Federal Reserve is able to influence the money supply.

How to Start a Coaching Business Online

Coaching and consulting businesses are among the best businesses to start. They come with barely any overhead costs. At the same time, coaching is a high-value skill. This means, you can charge a lot of money for coaching.

Top 10 Reasons to Invest in Stocks

Over 50% of Americans are invested in stocks today. In 1929, this figure was only 2.5%. The internet and investing apps made investing in the stock market easier and more accessible than ever before.

Quantitative Easing

Quantitative easing (QE) is a form of monetary policy that central banks use to stimulate the economy. As part of this strategy, central banks purchase assets like mortgage-backed securities and government bonds. Through the use of QE, central banks can increase the money supply.

Stock Market Advantages and Disadvantages

Every investment has upsides and downsides. Even the stock market, arguably the most popular place for people to invest their money, might not be the right investment for everyone. In this article, we take a closer look at stock market advantages and disadvantages.

How to Create Online Courses

Online education is a fast growing industry. The beauty about online education is that anyone who has knowledge, skills and expertise can create and sell online courses. Online courses are a great way to make money from an existing audience or personal brand.

Petrodollar System

The petrodollar system is an unofficial monetary system that started in 1974. As parst of the petrodollar system, most global oil exports are priced in US dollars. In return, the United States offers protection and cooperation to Saudi Arabia and other members of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC).

How To Earn Money from Blogging: Beginner’s Guide

Blogging is a great way to earn extra money or make a full-time living. Blogs have been around for a long time and written content is still in demand online.