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The world is entering a new economic era—one that won’t be defined by America. 
By Robert Morley, from April 21, 2015 in Economy »
China’s much anticipated international payment system is set to launch. It could be a big blow to the dollar—and America’s ability to police the world.
By Robert Morley, from April 7, 2015 in Economy »
The world just missed the biggest financial event since America abandoned the gold standard.
By Robert Morley, from April 3, 2015 in Analysis »
Is the dollar’s reserve currency status under threat from China’s new bank?
By Robert Morley, from March 26, 2015 in Analysis »
Debt is good, dollar is gold, and stocks only go up—things are getting curiouser and curiouser.
By Callum Wood, from December 4, 2014 in News »
Economic conflict between Europe and the U.S. Federal Reserve is intensifying.
By Callum Wood, from November 20, 2014 in Analysis »
Is it better for house prices to soar or spiral?
By Tyrel Schlote, from July 15, 2014 in Analysis »
The U.S. dollar’s status as the reserve currency is under attack … again.
By Jeremiah Jacques, from June 10, 2014 in Top Stories »
Russian companies prepare to ditch the greenback to pay for trade in Asian currencies.