Many are questioning “why Mnuchin answered a question that no one was asking,” as Bloomberg put it.
William Nordhaus, a Yale University professor with Jewish roots, will share the 2018 Nobel Prize for Economics.
“Larry is currently in good condition … and his doctors expect he will make a full and speedy recovery,” White House spokeswoman Sanders said.
Unlike the online currency Bitcoin, BitCoen will set aside 10% of its profits to provide interest-free loans for Jews.
A top economics pundit chides healthcare debate: too much ‘compassion,’ too little ‘rational’ cost cutting talk. J.J. Goldberg takes the terms apart.
An executive with the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development warns that Israel could be heading toward a housing bubble.
What most divides the two wings of the administration appears to be free trade, which conservatives in the finance industry and elsewhere have typically supported, but which Trump (under the influence of Bannon) ran against during the campaign.
Some economists are sounding the alarm about a looming global crisis rooted in natural resource scarcity, particularly oil. Is Israel poised to weather the storm?
Israel’s central bank kept its benchmark interest rate unchanged at 0.1 percent for a 24th straight month on Monday, effectively dismissing a huge boost in economic growth as an anomaly.
Israel’s economy shot up in the final three months of 2016 and looks set to have grown annually by 4 percent, easily outstripping the central bank’s expectations.