The IMF on Greece is out. Pretty ugly reading…
How Greece compares to a number of other ‘emerging’ economies
Financial Market History; a pretty neat overview
Paying off debt. Somehow, I do not think Norway is correct…
UK house prices over seven centuries…
Political risk deviates from what we have seen in the past
Income distribution in the US: see that right column appear
The art -not the science- of Economics. From “Forecasting euro area inflation
using targeted predictors”
Passive investing, coming to a place near you!
How to lie with statistics! Using the German re-unification to make it look like Germany is the weak one in Europe…
The BIS proves that it is the Fed that is dominant when it comes to effective monetary policy
A report looking at whether semiconductor price declines are recorded correctly in the PPI… (spoiler alert: nope)
Simple rules and the Fed
Which US state would suffer in a NAFTA meltdown?
Asymmetry in consumption from shocks
Cool interactive way of visualising Mexican-US trade
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