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Lots of things happen, albeit not to markets
Accentuating the negative
Simulations, RadioShack, South Africa, ecosocialism, early Intel and what’s good about Britain
Globalisation’s most indomitable success story
Get ready for some difficult conversations about shareholder value
There but for the grace of common sense go we
Tragedy equals comedy plus information technology
The coinbro perps now facing some cold storage
US liquor sales hint at a widening wealth gap
Quantitative tightening has triggered a reserves flight from US commercial banks to money-market funds. Now what?
Supply constraints and growing demand mean this year’s record high coal prices might be just the start.
Crypto lending: an annotated history
AO World, Voyager, Hugh Hendry, Hipgnosis, urban noise and Wikipedia
Swedish property, video games, shipping, cryptophobia, clean energy and dancing
Tweets from the stablecoin’s CTO are raising new questions about reserve quality
Greyscale, sovereign default, boomers, insider trading, Indonesia, etc.
The single currency tried monetary policy, now only fragmentation or fiscal policy remain
A Saudi prince, a Taliban financier, international spycraft and pallets of US dollars — it’s a story with everything. Except evidence.
Deliveroo, Goldman Sachs, AI, Moonpig, sports crypto and Swedish corruption.
Up is down in markets. For now.
Electricity costs up, margins down — though it’s a bit more complicated than that.
Idiocy, crypto, skimpflation, Hungary, GBP, Moneyball, etc.
The Central Bank of Crypto is reportedly making eyes at the meme stock shop.
It’s probably less than you think.
Russian default, China policing, flack floats, bored apes, micronations and exploding toilets.
Paranoia over unapproved messaging will only create more problems for regulators.
Ugly manufacturing numbers versus hawkish CB rhetoric.
FTAV sits down with Credit Suisse’s money savant and man-of-the-moment, Zoltan Pozsar
Comfortably dumb about music rights. Also: long tails, dead satellites, gig work, time crystals and Bagpuss.
Three things matter for FX reserves: Location, location, location.
It isn’t just drunk football fans who love to butcher Sweet Caroline.
Redditors meet the Absolute Priority Rule.
Asness, Cannes, scams, NFTs, housing bubbles, Mifid II, hippies, etc.
Ideas from an “unofficial community-based social network.”
Navigating a course between Scylla, Charybdis and a permabear.
The growing importance and influence of financial indices cannot be denied
Spacs, tax, revolution, Argentina, solar apocalypse and Frasier