Best of the Web: 15-07-27, nr 1256

Good morning. The rise in robo-advisors is expected to continue for some time…

Somehow, each reporting season starts like this, but once you are on to the next quarter, it is all down to the average again…

Sounds like an interesting read: “Asset management and financial stability”


Woah! The IMF has been active while I was away… Country reports on the US, France, Germany and Italy

Interesting bit of reading by the White House on long term interest rates

The role of debt during the first industrial revolution

A bit of a bearish story on oil…

We haven’t talked about grexit enough, it appears…

US exports…

Always nice, a bit of history…

“Why Has Consumption Been So Volatile in the New Millennium”

This one was before the weak Apple numbers though…

A bit late, but this is the H1 recap put into perspective

Cool! A map of all the road trips in US literature!

And, picking up the old habit again, the US schedule for the week to come

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