The shocking state of the corporate pensions in the US…
Interested in the academic literature on bubbles? This article is a nice starting place…
I am not sure whether the data is correct, but it is an interesting attempt to quantify the Chinese shadow banking
Talk about an anomaly! I say spin-off the world!
Interesting to keep an eye on: the longer the maturity, the more successful inflating-away-out-of-the-debt-pile becomes…
The link between money growth and inflation, the Friedman way
Interesting read about the possible impact of a European banking union
Classic chart showing the rise of central banks. The added value of this one is the addition of the Swiss central bank
And I can’t resist of featuring this one as well: the most incomprehensible chart of this week by the ECB!
Two cows. Needs no introduction
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