Come on! Economists beat magicians anytime!
Should have, could have, would have…
Them polite analysts
Bonds: emerging versus developed.
Europe in 2035? (via alphaville)
This one is important…
Worries, worries, worries.
All fake news, apparently
See? Those polls are always wrong (but not always in the same direction)
I am not sure whether this data is reliable or not, but it looks nice anyway
Mmmm. This does not look very promising for the US
The end of secular stagnation?
An interesting bit of reading on acquisitions
Not fifty, but three ways to leave your lover
Bitcoin, blockchain and trouble
China. Really, this will not disappear all of a sudden.
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