From the size of a second round of stimulus to COVID-19 litigation to reshoring, last week previewed some key economic issues for the months to come.
The editor of the Morning Navigator newsletter discusses a variety of macro topics and how to trade against a very strange market.
As bitcoin retraces slightly after reaching a new 2020 high about $11,000, NLW explores what’s driving the rally and how likely it is to continue.
A primer on, and critical look at, one of Wall Street’s hottest trends: special purpose acquisition companies.
This Long Reads Sunday is a reading of Adam Tooze’s recent review of four books on the growing conflict between the U.S. and China.
The Breakdown Weekly Recap covers growing U.S.-China tensions, worsening job numbers and the next casual $1-$3 trillion in stimulus.
The EU’s Recovery Plan agreement has been widely hailed, but some argue that it is taking Europe down a dangerous path.
More than 50% of COVID-19 related business closures in the US are now permanent. Can tech platforms provide a new avenue for small biz entrepreneurship?
A primer on yield farming, liquidity mining, automated market making and all the other terms shaping the brave new world of decentralized finance.
Why the Fed’s strategy on inflation is changing and why the definition used by America’s central bank may be hurting regular people.