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Chase & status page
Current creditors’ prospects don’t seem that bad. As for the banks? Lol. Lbo. Lmao.
But not over yet, says Preqin
How an accounting tweak and a radical actuarial theory created a trillion pound asset class
Around $54.20 per Twitter share, it seems
Overwhelmed by gilt
Sometimes it really is a great quarter guys!
That guy from the website; income tax reform; Google; ESG; Blackrock on LDI; Juul; Universal Music; and time’s arrow
The Public Investment Fund’s ESG bonds leave a little to be desired
The Fed is not for turning
Markets may have stabilised but there’s still blood in the water
SEO terms: Kardashian, crypto, Instagram, DJ Khaled, Elon Musk, Howey test; disgorgement, Gary Gensler
Pub quiz update; Credit Suisse; the pound; AI regulation; Drax; Ukraine; Taiwan; very old paperwork; and hi-fi nerds
Strong and stable government; bonds; LDIs; hydrogen; Elon Musk and his stupid robot; cheating; and the art of menus
Not all market interventions are bailouts and not all bailouts are bad
Internet backchat rattles Paradeplatz
A deep dive into run dynamics and liability-driven investment pools
“The important thing is not the fall. It’s the landing”
“UST breakdown is a growing risk” — have a great weekend
Information overload; liquidity spirals; Boaz Weinstein; Blackstone; mobile network blackouts; and peak oil
Guess who’s back, back again
Ukraine is “match fit” after years of bombardment
Master troll, or pot calling kettle black?
If you answered UK life insurers, award yourself half a point
Nominal discount rates; liquidity; massaged earnings; Xi Jinping; Nord Stream; crypto; Ukraine; and asteroids
A Q&A on what went wrong with liability-driven investing
The Fund already has the tools and framework it needs
The dollar is blowing everything to smithereens
Pension plan plumbing problems forced the Bank’s hand
Lord make me chaste, but not yet
It’s worse than you think
What will get chomped on first?
M&A forecasting; collateral calls; CalMac; Boohoo; Burberry; lumber; mortgages; and metaverse strip clubs
Our two cents (/pence)
Larry Summers sics the Fund on the UK
Base rates to 6% and house prices down 10-15%
The Bank of England does not have a lot of options