Good morning. Housing prices in a number of developed markets. The starting point influences the outcome of the picture hugely though
New all time high’s in the US, but what about Europe?
Could be interesting: “What the Gap Between CPI and PCE Means for Fed Overshooting”
The best of last week. (source picture: http://www.ippawards.com/?project=2014-winners)
Study from the IMF into the effect of tapering on Emerging Markets
Last week’s big news: more than 50 million people are on the run…
And still everybody wants to work in the US… 😉
The ECB has been active over the weekend. Hwew’s a speech by the vice-president on inflation…
…and here is an interview with Draghi in the Telegraaf! By @martinvisser
Some interesting stuff from the Financial Times on Emerging Market bonds…
Interesting bit of history on bad investments by a University
The difference between 2005-2007 and now… I am not that convinced, to be honest
And, as ever, the schedule for the week to come
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