We'll be talking about this question with our studio guest Thorsten Polleit, Honorary Professor at the Frankfurt School of Finance & Management and Head Economist for Degussa Goldhandel GmbH.
The European Central Bank wants to end its €2.4 trillion bond-buying program at the end of 2018, calling time on a policy that is credited with reviving the eurozone but may come too soon for some debt-laden countries.
Would mass-produced chicken be happier experiencing virtual reality? Would it be easier to eat worms if they looked like a meatloaf? Food Revolution 5.0, a new exhibition in Berlin, explores the future of food.
The Russian parliament's new sanctions bill against the US is significantly watered-down from the tough legislation initially introduced. Analysts say the Kremlin fears public backlash and scaring off foreign investors.
There's a new trend that showcases the way digital currencies can be mobilized as an alternative avenue for funding, in ways that traditional tender cannot. Jack Flanagan takes a closer look at how that works.
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