Debt, booms and busts….
Job growth in some long term perspective
Big study by Credit Suisse on the Age of disruption
Happy birthday to the Bull market (well, in the US that is)!
What if the world is heading for a Japan like scenario? Three strategies
Probably too simple to quantify it like this, but here is the potential of gender parity per country (and the world)
Still a classic.
Is the core inflation right, or is the market right?
Mortgage clients are being charged more to pay for the negative interest rates…
In case you missed
Even more Brexit. This time from Morgan Stanley
And here is Buiter’s ten cents worth on the subject
Interesting visualisation on chess opening moves
Well, this chart should convince you… 🙂
From the BIS: “Wealth inequality and monetary policy”
Debt, debt, debt.
An interesting bit of reading on US productivity: “Does the United States have a productivity slowdown or a measurement problem?”
And related to that: “Silicon Valley Has Not Saved Us From a Productivity Slowdown”
And the final one.
Close enough, right?
Some pretty good photo’s, one click away.
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