You can’t make money from money forever: The case for the Islamic financification of global markets.
The market for financial derivatives is valued at a quadrillion dollars, give or take a few hundred trillion.
I can’t contemplate how big that is or what it even means.
I know you can’t physically touch it — just as you can’t touch a company’s market capitalization or an index.
But is it real?
The financial and the real economies are obviously interconnected, as the events in one world have repercussions in the other.
But can anyone really tell me where the financial economy ends and…