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An informed chat about whether a winter of discontent is coming to Europe this year.
Trouble at the top of the IMF; Evergrande; common chargers for the common market; and much more.
We’re marking the end of the lowflation era. Maybe.
The old problem of over-relying on short-term wholesale markets is rearing its ugly head again.
Apart from you know who, obviously.
Follow the smart money and you just might never make it.
Citibank is accused in London’s High Court of losing track of a massive chunk of change. But there may be more to the lawsuit than meets the eye.
Barclays weighs in on whether markets should care quite so much about the struggling real estate developer.
What might the fallout from Evergrande mean for demand?
When working capital movements don’t follow the rulebook.
Not all climate solutions rely on innovation.
A fun chart to tide you over
The bludgeoning of Brick Lane; a failed economic theory of everything; China’s war on fun; wiring rural America; and much more.
Green bubbles; Weird politics; CO2 bailouts
McDonalds; Peter Thiel; Tether and much more . . .
Dinosaur cowboys; attention alcohol; vaccine mandates; profilicity; and more.
World Bank doctoring; Evergrande collapse; school bus drivers; and more.
Wirecard; America’s travel ban; inflation; and more
Tesla probes; Crypto discovers inflation-targeting; Delivery Workers rebel.
This Friday we’re hosting the most prolific man in economic history to chat about policymakers’ mammoth response to the pandemic and what comes next.
MLK syndrome; German infrastructure; Roblox’s strip clubs and much more . . .
What’s really at stake are the sociopolitical implications of who controls the digital monetary system.
What rhymes with rump and flump again?
Alibaba and Tencent fall out of fashion
Chinese real estate; SOFR success; the 9/11 files and much more . . .
Stock-owning Fed presidents; crypto cruises; EV emissions; and more
American power; bitcoin and the bond market; the Special Relationship; funny Romans; and much more.
Abba boomers; Protonmail non-privacy; Fauci funding
Ecuador’s Andrés Arauz argues there’s no legal basis for central banks to appropriate the IMF’s fresh SDR allocation.
Another example of widening gaps between global trade’s haves and have-nots.
The other Afghan women; Kim Kardashian; profound transformations; and much more
You’ve bought the GIF, now have a whiff.
Prince Charles and the Saudi donor; Facebook’s $500m silent partner; sissy men; Covid stress; and more.
Covid and neoliberalism; Netflix and fast cars; Space on a budget; and much more.
It’s time to regenerate the UK’s fight against financial crime, argues RUSI’s Tom Keatinge.
The New Puritans, inflation, Jeff Buckley and much more . . .