Best in Economics this week: June 17

Tssssss. It is spelled Belief!


A country report by the IMF on Canada. Doing pretty ok,despite low oil


Supply, demand and…. huh?


There does not appear to be a big link between these two…


I would like to see this one plotted against the gini coefficient…




“Why hasn’t the productivity crisis caused a bear market (yet)?”


The investment guide to value and momentum investing


US stocks as a percentage of total stocks: regaining territory

Europe turning inward? (and what about the US?)

Cool chart on the stock market reaction following a takeover.

GS note on M&A

Looks like hedge fund managers will feel the squeeze…


Some more hedgefund bashing (they had it coming)


An interesting bit on the weak performance of the Netherlands: housing sector?


A bit of history on inequality. Holland/the Netherlands clearly stands out



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