Some more proof on how *kuch* -in- *kuch* effective negative rates really are…
How US ten year Treasury yields are at odds with US growth right now
Some trends in household debt (according to the OECD)
Somehow, I get the feeling the stock markets (and the secular stagnation thinkers) have a different view here…
Interesting: “Apple prices $12bn bond sale – Size of offering signals new life in debt markets”
Can it be? Wage growth picking up? Surely the US is recession, right?
New Industrialism: the latest economic growth thinking
If history is anything to go by, than Europe is the most recession prone, by the looks of it
Weird. Downgrading everything except the growth forecast of China.
The way the US looks from an economic perspective
Ok, I missed it this year, but this could come in handy next year!
Clinton and Bush: big spenders, but not winninghttp://www.bloomberg.com/politics/articles/2016-02-17/the-failure-of-money-to-buy-the-presidential-nomination-in-one-chart
Record high’s, but not the one’s we would like to see…
Some more reading on Chinese outflows
Finally someone sensible: the odds of a US recession are 100%. We only do not know when…
no less than 250 pages on how to save the Eurozone
The interesting thing is the small uptick of the green line around 65….
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