If you do not like the numbers; start revising them…
If you have 90 minutes to spare and want an update on the productivity conundrum, listen to this webcast
“Good idea, bad idea: Yield targeting edition”
The covered interest parity seems to be broken: free money for all!*
Change in interest rates, the drivers. And yes, I disagree.
From the BIS: “ Challenges of low commodity prices for Africa”
A bit of history
The world has a Spotify problem (or as I call it a wikipedia problem)
A flatter yield curve
Riddle me this, riddle me that…
Chinese bad debt: the difference between the official numbers and the underlying problem
China debt, the umpteenth installment
The pension gap is coming to the fore…
The IMF takes a look at inflation, or the ack thereof…
Interesting: “Global Investment – The Role of Emerging Markets”
Fueled by the big demand for (relatively safe) assets
I would be interested to see the source of these numbers…
* Nope, this is not an investment advice.
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