This hasn’t made any difference, apparently
And this is how other countries would have voted
Cool chart on the polling margin of error
“Sharpening the Arithmetic of Active Management”
“Saving China’s stock market”
Stocks since 1500!
Debt meets r-g.
Interesting chart, but will it hold (and what does it mean for the S&P for the next three years)?
On core inflation and monetary policy
A tale of two cities…
What’s up with Italy…?
Extreme poverty: is it gone yet?
Expanding copyright just to keep a mouse protected…
The trade of the millennium: go long universities!
Support for the euro through time
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