Best of the Web: 16-01-20, nr 1374

Good morning. No wonder US earnings have been falling…

Stock market corrections without recessions. They happen

Interesting chart on fact checking politicians. Remarkably, Bill Clinton scores high….

A bit of reading on liquidity in the corporate bond markets

If you have a couple of minutes (uhm hours) to spare…. (via Tjeerd Borrie)

This should be interesting: “Financial Distortions in China: A General Equilibrium Approach”


And… down the growth estimates go again!


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