This was the week we had to say farewell to David Bowie
Global risks! Get your global risks here!
Arab spring: has it been five years already??
Spot the weird one out…
Ah yes, let’s blame it all on the Fed….
Now you hear it from someone else: “Global activity contradicts market pessimism”
This one is pretty logic…
As goes January, so goes nothing. A bit of reassurance on the January effect
The comeback of Iran…
El nino is heating up…
The last blog in a serie of three by Ben Bernanke on monetary policy and the dollar
It’s all about location, location and location. Even with Islands…
So much for stocks and the long run, according to the Economist
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
A bit of reading on the fourth industrial revolution. Makes me wonder when the first service revolution will take place?
The Disney copyright trick
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