I’d like to become more informed about current economic conditions and decisions and about how they relate to conditions and decisions from the history of the United States. Does any one have suggestions on who is good at writing about this? What should I be reading to be better informed?
Here are the three best resources I’ve found to explain what’s happening in the financial markets – they make great “Friday Reading”:
Have you come across any articles or books that have helped you understand the turmoil in the financial markets? Please share by leaving a comment!
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