Good morning. Right. Remember world GDP back in the year 500?
How illiquidity in the credit markets could be the trigger for a sell-off in equities…
And speaking of credits: here are some chart suggesting that the rise in spreads in the non-commodity producing part is overdone
Emerging markets currencies appear to track the price development of the metals
Election watch number I
This one should not come as a big surprise…
In Dutch, but here is a bit of reading on the Dutch mortgage market
Start saving more. We haven’t saved enough yet?
The UK economy is on fire!
And -yes- the schedule for the week to come. The Us perspective
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