Interesting chart (plus article) on productivity growth (or the lack thereof) in the construction sector
The OECD publishes its interim update
US stocks look pretty expensive again…
So. The Netherlands is off the hook of being a currency manipulator, I would say
25 to 1? Can I really trade on that?
Here is your how-to-rebuild-civilization starters kit (via ftalphaville)
Robots to the rescue!
“What’s wrong with the US economy? A theory, in one blog post”
The BIS quarterly reviews with various special topics. Like this one on consumption led recoveries
A bit more technical: where are the dollar deposits coming from?
Spot the weird one out…
A bit of reading on trade
Nice chart on buybacks
“Why do Germans remember the Weimar hyperinflation?”
“Trump’s Industrial Rebirth Is a Dead End”
Interesting read on the possible connection between weak productivity and strong earnings
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