Best in Economics this week: November 25

http://graphics.wsj.com/glider/nbp-8364005a-4f32-45ed-bfe6-55ca2c537854

Maybe, the people of the Netherlands should also take notice…?

Asset liquidity.

 

The mismatch between statutory and actual taxes

https://www.businessinsider.nl/trump-tax-reform-could-lead-to-more-buybacks-not-pro-growth-spending-2016-11/

So, the US has joined the ranks of France on world trade….

http://ritholtz.com/2016/11/americas-divided-recovery-job-change-recession-recovery/

The biggest Trump trade out there?

http://markets.businessinsider.com/news/stocks/A-violent-rotation-is-taking-place-in-markets-1001534127

Or is this it?

Investors are ditching bonds at the fastest rate in 3 years

The updated global wealth pyramid!

http://www.businessinsider.com/credit-suisse-wealth-pyramid-2016-11

 

Hard Brexit does not look very positive, does it?

Beyond hard, soft and no Brexit

 

And talking of Brexit, here is some reading on the subject

https://flipchartfairytales.wordpress.com/2016/11/17/mps-should-not-vote-for-article-50-until-are-sure-what-it-means/

Spot the weird one out. Ow, it is already picked…

The top 0.1% of American households hold the same amount of wealth as the bottom 90%

 

Female leaders, still a scarce commodity

http://ritholtz.com/2016/11/20-governments-run-two-women/

 

What will happen to the Fed? No one knows…

 

https://www.ft.com/content/e26c610e-1d2c-3f32-970e-b40baeec22c9

Bond losses in the past

How Bad Could Bond Market Losses Get?

 

And there are still people who blame it all on trade…

Why Trump’s factory job promises won’t pan out—in one chart

 

I believe I already showed this overview once, but here it is again

http://www.mckinsey.com/industries/private-equity-and-principal-investors/our-insights/look-out-below-why-returns-are-headed-lower-and-what-to-do-about-it

 

The race to the bottom….

http://www.nakedcapitalism.com/2016/11/cutting-company-taxes-is-a-race-to-the-bottom.html

 

A country study by the IMF on Mexico. I search for the word drug, but there was no mention…

http://www.imf.org/external/pubs/ft/scr/2016/cr16360.pdf

 

Child poverty. Number two seems odd

http://oecdinsights.org/2016/11/20/not-all-poor-children-can-become-slumdog-millionaires/

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