Jeffrey Frankel explains why central banks will find it challenging to reduce short-term rates anytime soon.
The greenback has proved to be relatively stable compared to other major currencies
Jeffrey Frankel explains why the upcoming Bureau of Economic Analysis release could mislead on this crucial question.
Jeffrey Frankel warns that a series of competitive exchange-rate appreciations would hurt poorer economies the most.
Jeffrey Frankel explains why the US economy is not experiencing a rerun of 1970s-style stagflation.
As the northern winter draws closer, surging fossil-fuel prices have left many consumers worried. But there may be a silver lining in the form of more aggressive US efforts to tackle climate change – provided the political will for such measures exists.