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America’s largest businesses continue to defy a long studied relationship between firm size and revenue growth.
Stephen Cecchetti and Kim Schoenholtz argue against the need for a “universal” CBDC.
When you pitch an ever brighter future, you better hope it doesn’t darken.
Pomp and some sad circumstances.
The cash markets are finally about to get what they’ve long been asking for — an officially endorsed dollar term rate to replace Libor
NYC’s disorienting reopening; the time tax; tax cuts for the rich; the vaccine impact in Israel; and more.
Efforts are under way to protect the world’s financial networks from a quantum attack. But some question if the threat to crypto assets is really as existential as feared.
Why using crypto smart-contracts to remove financial intermediaries comes with its own trade-offs.
Come join us at 4pm UK time to chat fintech, CBDCs, SDRs, and other initialisms with the man who nearly became president of Ecuador.
The academic thinks we’re seeing the revival of the era of free banking and regulators should act pre-emptively to manage the risks.
The House of Lords committee on which Lord Mervyn King sits has laid into the policy he initiated.
Leibbrandt joins us today to discuss his new book “The Pay Off”.
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The American Right’s hippie phase; dog racing; Ben & Jerry’s;
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Renting pools; Crypto wallets; DeFi paradoxes
Valance; Powell; AstraZeneca; and much more
American kids’ Britishisms; Amazon’s mystery seeds; vaccine sceptics; Havana Syndrome; and much more.
Covid origins; Zuckerberg’s speeches; Lumber felled; and much more
A recent Ipsos MORI/Economist poll on Covid restrictions was redone along the lines of our suggestions and the results are starkly different.
Twitter anniversary; Mumford uncancelled; CPI inflation
Top officials, including the Bank of England governor, are pushing firms here to adopt a specific benchmark for dollar borrowing.
Bank servers; Britney; Systemic risk
Tucker Carlson’s manufactured America; the rich’s recovery; the riches line; the West’s cultural revolution; and more.
Trying to work out how many restrictions Brits want after July 19 is a tricky task. But polling isn’t necessarily up to the job.
Not coming home; staying home; Space; and much more
Join us at 4pm BST/ 11am EST for a chat with the former FT Alphaville macro wizard.
VIEs; American wars; right to repair; and much more.
Wall Street finds out about known unknowns.
The vinyl boom; peak populism; shrinkflation; the Muslim Golf Association; and much more.
The fallout from Anthem and Cigna’s failed merger has revealed the hidden forces guiding mega M&A
Fragmented velocity rates across the challenger monetary system mean the spectre of inflation will persist even in a fully bitcoinised economy.
Westeros economics; Stadium tech; 6G is coming
French finance professional organisation postpones event with Muddy Waters founder following legal threat.
The bank rate is emerging as a fix for firms without big treasury operations.
Cricket; China; and Pret