Good morning. The recap of last week: worst start of the New Year for European stocks since 1970
El nino is heating up…
The weak economic growth is not linked to secular stagnation but to the financial crisis. I thought this was already stated by Reinhart & Rogoff four year ago, but here is the BIS
Spot your country and see if it changes anything…
Ah yes, let’s blame it all on the Fed….
Higher household debt=lower growth. If that is true, than the US economy is heading for a boom!
The last blog in a serie of three by Ben Bernanke on monetary policy and the dollar
Here is the negative impact from oil prices on the labour market
The Disney copyright trick
And the US schedule for the week to come
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