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Matt Moulding’s empire warns on margins.
HS2; Bitcoin; Be My Baby and much more . . .
And, by the looks of it, little else.
Cease and decease!
Germany’s reliance on its manufacturing prowess has left it acutely vulnerable to supply chain woes.
What’s a $425m convert between friends eh?
With costs like these, the chances of the billionaire’s plans for life on Mars happening are a million to one.
First advertising, and then credit.
The possibility of higher rates and a smaller balance sheet presages a rocky year for markets.
Last year, the Fed raced for inflation. This year, it will race against inflation. The question now is how sharp the bend will be.
. . . even after a near 50 per cent drawdown.
A land where crypto bros can roam free and women can get to hear crypto in-jokes and work as receptionists that is definitely going to come to fruition.
Davos Deville; China and Ukraine; free lunch; sad dad bands; and more.
Mo Salah; Web3; fake business cycles; Gettr; vaccine aristocrats; and much more.
Josh Wolfe; Battle Fatigue; Ben Smith
Covid origins; Scientific paralysis; Future of food
Vaxxed and done; Web3; kicking winners and much more . . .
Web3 and disappearing NFTs; Tesla’s upper hand; and more . . .
New dawns; old tricks; and much more . . .
It’s all about sentiment.
Kazakh uprisings; Djokovic detention; Britain’s future
Policymakers everywhere are out of sync with the past.
The worst technology of 2021; money in the metaverse; fiscal inflation; lab-grown halal meat; and more.
Welcome back, dear readers . . .
See you in 2022
An annual celebration of cancellation
A miserable Christmas; Omicron; porn; flooding; and much more.
Europe’s top auto analyst bows out after a quarter of a century in an industry undergoing upheaval
A Ponzi scheme is a zero-sum enterprise. But bitcoin is a negative-sum phenomenon that you can’t even pursue a claim against, argues Robert McCauley.
Winter is coming; Energy crisis; Lockdowns
Lira madness; working lunches; keep the schools open
BUY NOW WHILE LIMITLESS SUPPLY LASTS.
Deep value territory; NFT theft; millipedes; the Matrix; and more.
The Old Lady wants to convince us that she’s still got it.
US inflation; fast cars; looted paintings; and much more
Is framing disinformation as an ‘infodemic’ really a good way to deal with the problem? Join us on Twitter Spaces this Friday to discuss.
Less Old Lady, more unreliable boyfriend.