Pretty strong relationship, by the looks of it….
This is interesting, not because of Toys R Us, but because of demographics…
Cool chart on the weak UK recovery
“The Big and Possibly Dumb Buyback Boom”
That lengthy UK divorce bill
Well, if the rest of the world is doing it, why not Africa?
The new game in town: predicting the next recession
For the High Yield nerds out there: “A puzzle persists in high-yield bond pricing”
One of the special topics of the BIS quarterly: “The implications of passive investing for securities markets”
Just as a reminder on trade
Turning things upside down to explain the dollar weakness… Could be true though!
The BIS on central bank crypto, eh, digital currencies
Geeky reading on GDP statistics
And here’s another
The asymmetry between creditors and debtors
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