Peter Coy, Bloomberg

Peter Coy


New York, NY, United States

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Past articles by Peter:

‘Onshoring’ Is So Last Year. The New Lingo Is ‘Friend-Shoring’

The Biden administration recognizes that the U.S. can’t go it alone. → Read More

Warnings Against Quick Climate Fixes Inspire Pushback

Some fear focusing on 2030 emissions targets could impede progress on more important 2050 goals. → Read More

Investors Leap at Chance to Double Their Money in 1,387 Years

Money pours in after the Federal Reserve raises its interest rate to 0.05% (from zero). → Read More

Fewer Young Men Are in the Labor Force. More Are Living at Home

For 25- to 34-year-olds, the two trends add up to a failure to launch. → Read More

Yes, Real Estate Prices Are Soaring, and No, It’s Not a Bubble

Stricter lending standards have reduced risk in the market. → Read More

The Bottom 90% of Americans Are Borrowing From the Top 1%

The savings of the rich are recycled into household and government debt. → Read More

Meme Stock AMC Is Offering Its Investors Popcorn. How Fitting!

There could be no better gift to shareholders than the alluring kernels of puffed-up nothingness. → Read More

The Latest Burst of Inflation in the U.S. Is Probably Transitory

The Cleveland Fed says five-year inflation expectations are still just 1.5% a year → Read More

Big Business Loses a Political Home Amid Its Feud With the GOP

The rift between the longtime allies isn’t healing, but executives are still wary of Democrats’ agenda. → Read More

The U.S. Dollar Is Not Crashing, No Matter What the Bears Say

Against a broad set of currencies, and adjusted for inflation, the dollar is surprisingly stable. → Read More

This Inflation Scare Is Exactly What the Fed Was Hoping to Avoid

The clever monetary strategy enunciated last year only works if the public trusts the Fed to do the right thing. → Read More

How to Make Sense of the Surprising Inflation Signals

What’s real, what’s transitory, what’s base-effect distortion? Let’s cut through the noise. → Read More

You Can Make Better Decisions by Placing Problems in a New Frame

Viktor Mayer-Schönberger, co-author of the new book ‘Framers,’ explains how. → Read More

Biden Is Coming for the Tax Loopholes That the Rich Cherish

The president wants to foil strategies used to transfer wealth from generation to generation. → Read More

Facebook and Others Should Pay Us for Our Data. Here’s One Way.

A California group proposes taxing data companies on their “data dependency.” → Read More

A Return to the Office Is a Great Chance to Make a Fresh Start

New habits must be nurtured, a Wharton professor says. → Read More

How to Ensure the ‘Endless Frontier’ Won’t Be a Bottomless Pit

Dispersing federal tech funds to all corners of the U.S. could be wasteful. → Read More

The Super League Went Supernova Over the Beautiful Game’s Future

European football club owners wanted a U.S.-style competition, but they failed to account for the passion of fans. → Read More

Soccer’s Super League Finds There Are Some Things Money Can’t Buy

Fanship is what Harvard’s Sandel calls a ‘nonmarket norm’—not to be messed with. → Read More

America’s War in Afghanistan Is the Mother of All Sunk Costs

The blood and treasure already spent shouldn’t be used as a reason for staying the course. → Read More