Best in Economics this week: April 5

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Isaac the Investor. I am not sure whether it is all that accurate, but something like it has happened for sureVgI-RXp2Y0Io6upSj896T3nFbz4SruK8fZtSIAUw78tpxaYvqnQKn5hayHdA4mIj8JK3V6Vp4HBXFZfjFQpeSXpb1yQfK_fUjxRGavix6Iz1qwKIfSZjo5kR

Some worrying charts on Europe…


…and some more worrying news on Europe…


Let’s step away from the daily volatility for a moment, and see what currencies have done during the past 5 years..


A bit technical perhaps, but this analyses on the inflation swap market is interesting


Not a very nice chart to look at, but data all the way back from 1825 is hard to come by


And -with the same remark as before- this is somewhat less long-term, but with more details


Cash rich companies: what are they doing with all that money…?


And bitcoin cannot be ignored this week, as it went mainstream: FT, Krugman, Socgen…


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