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Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan’s verdicts might make a renegotiated price tricky
A neat theory to explain the productivity puzzle 2.0
Possibly the most important central bank announcement in the last hundred years?
The eurozone’s central bank might be like a dysfunctional family, but it generally works things out
Market bellyaches from SocGen’s Albert Edwards and Citi’s Robert Buckland
“When everything’s Web3, nothing is.”
BOE presenteeism. Also: gas, risk, WEF, murder, lasagne, etc.
$17bn decentralized finance lender Celsius Network reduced its borrowings of the Tether stablecoin in recent months
Train rekt. Plus: inflation, unemployment, ContourGlobal, crypto whales, dinosaurs, etc.
Never let a crisis go to waste
TradFi ruined everything, Morgan Stanley says
Technoking harpoons fail whale
We’re in uncharted territory
Accountants, Allianz, cocaine, inheritance tax, Glassdoor, short reports, etc.
Vodafone. Also: rates, Africa, fraud, sinkholes, etc.
Crypto turns to the fake press release to prop things up
Slurp-juice markets. Also: inequality, private equity, Nazis, etc.
The ramifications of a tether crisis of confidence.
In fast and furious markets, a stablecoin drifts
Cryptocalypse, housing, certainty, concrete, Stephen King, etc.
Nothing to see here.
The Fed is hot for QT, but the Bank of England seems weirdly wary
Magic internet money has been cooked
Pungent Musk. Also: Web3, MPC, MP3, ultrasonic healing, etc.
Sleepwalking over the crypto precipice
The ruinously expensive business of making Terra firmer
El Salvador’s president is frittering more of his country’s money away
Featuring snus. Also: therapy, DeFi, sports betting, etc.
Market regime change is here. It won’t be pretty
Hindenburg’s Anderson is betting on it.
And markets don’t like it.
Vanderbilts, gold standard, bitcoin, Twitter hate, etc
The ‘what happened, why it happened and what it means’ post
Two of the hedge fund industry’s biggest players have seen a violent change in fortunes lately.
Wage-price spirals; Kentucky Derby; Inland Empire and active versus passive.
Chart crimes, Morgan Stanley edition.
Fixed income markets suggest regulators may have tested the financial system for the wrong stresses.