Best of the Web: 16-02-05, nr 1386

Good morning. Hey! This is a variation on the other one (which I like better) (via @jackneele)

…and as a reminder: this is the other one

A nice bit of research from the Dutch Central Bank on illiquidity in bonds

Summers (not known for his optimism) reacts to Gordon: “Will our children really not know economic growth?”
*The bar labelled 2014 shows the average annual growth rate for 2001-14. Source: taken from data compiled for The Rise and Fall of American Growth:The US Standard of Living since the Civil War

The monthly of the ECB in a cool website version. This one is on the Brazilian slowdown

Cool tool, telling you what drove your market today. I just keep getting the same answer though. 🙂

Low yields do not help bonds, according to this bit from the Economist

The IMF is looking at the consequence of benchmarking on flows to Emerging Markets Debt

The painful effect of the drop in oil

Fin tech according to McKinsey

Nice chart: putin is still unbroken

Every second…
The money made in 10 seconds by Internet giants

And some beautiful garden/birds/flowers photo’s to top the week off


A complete overview of all previous editions of Best of the Web can be found here All links provided are collected from public websites, unless otherwise specified. I have not checked the data or information for accuracy used, and therefore do not guarantee that all data provided will be 100% correct. The links provided do not necessarily reflect my personal opinion and should be seen as general interest: oftentimes I do not agree with arguments presented, but nevertheless think it is worthwhile to read them. It is up to the reader to make up their own mind. Suggestions or discussions are more than welcome. Do not quote unless specifically cleared beforehand!

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