Economic studies

5 quality energy stocks with high dividend yields propelled by soaring oil prices

These stocks have dividend yields as high as 5.91%, and the companies never cut dividends after oil prices began their…

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2 Innovative Growth Stocks to Buy Hand Over Fist for the Next 10 Years

Being a great investor sometimes involves making assumptions about the future of technology, so watch these two companies closely.

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The World Is Becoming More Equa: Even as Globalization Hurts Middle-Class Westerners

Opponents of economic globalization often point to the ways it has widened inequality within nations in recent decades.

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The booming business of knitting together the world’s electricity grids

IMAGINE, IF YOU will, a toy boat that might fit in the palm of your hand. At mid-ship add a…

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The Nobel prize in economics celebrates an empirical revolution

A “CREDIBILITY REVOLUTION” has transformed economics since the 1990s. Before that, theory ruled the roost and empirical work was a…

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Uganda’s Illegal Gold Market Is Bustling

KAMPALA, Uganda—Cars and motorcycle taxis rocket over the uneven pavement, while church sermons blare from loudspeakers. Vendors hawk bananas, cakes…

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Biden’s Vague Muddle of a Trade Policy for China

What should the Biden administration be doing about the U.S. trade and economic relationship with China?

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China’s Economic Coercion Is More Bark Than Bite

Economic warfare has been part of statecraft for centuries, so it’s no surprise Beijing is leveraging its growing economic clout for political…

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Is Europe’s Energy Crisis a Preview of America’s?

An energy crisis is affecting almost every part of the globe, marked by record-high energy prices, tight supplies, and power…

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