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Ben Munster writes from Rome on the new mass politics, techno-determinism, blockchain, and the end of Italian “e-democracy”.
Inflation; resignation; expensive steaks and cheap kebabs; and much more . . .
Demanding the logistics industry works round the clock won’t ease logjams, buying less stuff would.
China’s bitcoin exodus; price gouging; not the 70s; and much more . . .
Sometimes it’s better to ask for cash up front.
The single currency’s introduction has widened German inequality; reversing that trend is good not only for workers here but across the eurozone, argues Rui Soares.
A new working paper attempts to figure out why some companies make it into the blue-chip stock market index.
On Henry Kravis’s intimidating art collection.
How not to spend it.
Power shortages and Covid outbreaks in China have halved spot rates on one route.
BNPL might be the hottest game in town but standalone businesses are going to struggle to make any money.
This week we will be joined by Tom Keatinge, director of the Centre for Financial Crime and Security Studies at the Royal United Services Institute, to discuss the recent leak of some 12m documents.
Amazon’s rigged search results; Slackers; an ugly, 88-bathroom mansion; the worst person you know; and more.
Dockworkers on supply chains; Krugman on prizewinners; tech millionaires going off on one; and much more . . .
The metaverse; North Korea; exotic finance falconry and much more . . .
Stingey Rishi; a $9bn debt mountain; Elon’s missing gas; the strange world of Peter Thiel; and more.
Thiel; Bretton Woods; Tether and much more . . .
Boris; smugness; bad art friends; commonsense capitalism; and much more.
More adjusted ebitda shenanigans in US IPO land.
It’s giving us the chills.
Better governance would boost the Fund’s reputation and the efficacy of its policies
The polluter elite; the gas and electricity crisis; Texas; celebrity scandal; and much more.
The famed investor gives his thoughts on a market that’s lost its marbles.
Capital Economics note looks at parallels between the middle of the 20th century and now, and draws on implications for interest rates.
Inflation; #Mintthecoin; Shatner in space; and more . . .
The ‘Queen Bee’, the state, and questions about a commodity trader turned miner.
Pandora papers; Clarida; green bubbles; and much more.
Continued commitment to a net zero carbon policy will drive energy poverty and a potential humanitarian crisis, industry insider warns.
Minting coins; Merkel’s farewell; The Sopranos; and more.
The MMT solution raises its dismal head again.
Facial recognition; MMT; getting high; early pandemic nostalgia; and much more.
Banque de France vs MMT; Plots against Assange; James Bond
A tale of a friends and family at London’s most valuable semiconductor company.
Thou shalt not truncate the Y axis.
...and short ESG.
Ozy; Tesla; Tom DeLonge and much more . . .
Whatever the coalition talks muster, a revolutionary spirit is in the making in Germany.