Money is going digital and it will have a profound effect on the financial world.
A stockpile of foreign cash can help a country compete in international trade and fix the value of its own currency.
When start-ups become monopolies: A sudden collapse is unlikely. Saving capitalism from a Medici cycle.
Cash is far more effective than traditional cessation aids, such as e-cigarettes or patches, according to a new study.
And it has major implications for debt, spending and the economy.
Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies have seen a meteoric rise in popularity in recent years, but few women have joined the rush to invest.
Germany has had a history of frugality that started in 19th century.
An economist warns that time is running out for the world's central banks to resume normal monetary policy - with worrying consequences.
The US holds more than 30% of global debt.
'Trade surplus good; trade deficit bad' has been a global mantra for centuries. But in reality our obsession with avoiding trade deficits could be negatively impacting growth and jobs.
Our ageing societies could be heading for major financial issues.
Deficits and debts can be reduced - without impacting growth.
The United States has the largest economy in the world, but China’s coffers are growing at the fastest rate.
Europe is booming, but here are the big three economic risks that could lie ahead.
New avenues for private entities to funnel untraceable money into the political system have serious repercussions for policy makers and the fight against corruption.