Norway does an Amazon and breached the 1000 billion mark
So far, ending QEs has not brought the mayhem people feared
The BIS quarterly is out: all 174 pages of it! This table is interesting.
The not-so impressive case of Portugal…
Ah, midterm election season has started!
Home ownership in the UK is in decline. But isn’t this just a reflection of ageing?
Intriguing breakdown of the lack of investments, from the ECB
Here comes the pain (again…)?
Bond markets have become more sensitive to macro-data, with the onset of QE
For the pension-lovers out there: a report by the Dutch central bank on herding at pension funds
Robot exposure: this does make it sound like a disease…
“Why Workers Are Losing to Capitalists”
The robots are coming….
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