Scattered around the world…
Woh! So Ebay exists 20 years already??
No recession in sight in the US
From the FT: “Oil surges 25% in three trading sessions”
According to this research, we should be invested in cash right now
ETF’s had a rough time, last week…
Some perspective on the development of industrial production
But then again: how trustworthy are those Chinese numbers to begin with?
Some scenarios for the next ten years to come…
Growth meets… eh… misses stock market returns
Cool chart. The red bits are the bear markets. They do not look all that impressive, but that is thanks to the three big bull runs stretching the axes
In the past, technology has created more jobs than destroyed. Not much of a surprise, I would say
Interesting chart: the difference a month can make…
Oops, there goes the Netherlands….
M&A not heading for a record in 2015 after all?
A bit of reading on inflation targeting…
The ECB on the impact of aging on medium term growth
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