Best in Economics this week: December 11

Central bank bond buying in the world

It is not growth, but net investments that are important

The Fed has become more hawkish

Nice chart, not sure whether this data is reliable though

More signs of a recession in the making?

Fed hikes in december = cut in early 2017, if history is anything to go by


This is pretty interesting, if correct: you are hardly compensated for the risk you take in the credit market…

Rising debt. Everywhere. Or is that rising wealth?


Debt, debt, debt. I almost would like to go back to the time when everyone was talking about Piketty…

Okay, now it is getting boring: another one who is warning on the bond markets…

“The Appeal of Sustainable Investing”

The US middle income group is losing out

Cool. An overview of the Spanish bond market since 1850

“Should You Fear the ETF?” The graphic seems to suggest you should…


The order of things



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