Brexit, the IKEA way
Poverty in the developed world…
Very cool overview of US Congressional resignations
Richard Koo on the Trump tax cut
The way the US companies hoard their… uhm… cash?
Cool overview on the impact of education on earnings
US consumers are consuming more than they earn
The Financial Times on the prospects of an overheating German economy
It is not just sterling…
What the Italian polls say
On balance, the average is up, right?
Ok, we have seen this. Does this mean that we are heading for a correction though?
On what’s more important: debt of productivity (or are the linked?)
Cool chart on Equity flows (even though it does not tell everything)
How useful the CAPE is as a forecasting tool
Slicing and dicing the US labour markets in search of the Trump impact
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