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Yet more twists at the under fire Luxembourger outsourcer.
Rather far off from the 100% it used to claim isn’t it?! But still, we now have “unrivaled transparency” AKA pie charts!
Monetarists; chip shortages; Home Office dysfunction; and much more.
Captain Planet realises he might be a baddie.
Tony Blair; hedonic adjustments; confused men; February 2020; and more.
Overshoot set to up the pressure on the Fed.
The scaremongering in Germany has begun.
The garbage truck has arrived.
Elon’s sketches weren’t the most painful thing on Saturday night for Dogecoin hodlers.
Harry Hindsight analysis recognises there may be an under appreciated issue with worker supply not demand.
Central banks have gone quantum: here’s why
“Customers and service providers alike are beginning to see more fully the potential benefits of crypto.”
Fuel shortages; Amazon taxes; Unpaid musicians
Music streaming; WFH; secret villages and much more . . .
Inflating inflation; high speed rail; Tocqueville and much more . . .
US inflation; expensive used cars; expensive chips; and much more.
Here’s why that matters.
With the new “Sections” feature, Substack is going full newsroom.
Beware the 200 DMA.
The undiagnosed cancer crisis; the forgotten city of London; how Bezos beat the tabloids; deadly treadmills; and more.
Is it a party trick if everyone else can do it?
The dog-themed crypto coin hits $0.69 lolol roflmao.
The Venmo generation; Australia’s regulator; German savers and much more . . .
Central banks are realising CBDCs will have to be intimately linked to identity to deal with illicit finance and bank disintermediation risk.
A quick round up of this week’s latest price-related news.
The Simpsons; Intel; UFOs and much more . . .
The company is about to allow bitcoin withdrawals to anywhere in the world for UK Metal account users.
She-cessions; Basquiat estate takes on NFTs; Elon takes on everyone in government; and much more
Deutsche Bank economists think it’ll take a while for our grand experiment with the home office to pay off.
Rudy Giuliani; the QAnon of architecture; Boris’s new ethics adviser; French intellectuals; and more.
When CTRL+F doesn’t work.
Liverpool finances; billionaire wars; Mafia trials
The great autonomous consolidation continues.
The Bank of England enters into a swap facility with the BIS to ease a potential currency shortage that nobody would usually be worried about.
Not everyone wants a pure electric vehicle.
Carson Block; Wirecard; £2 Google and much more . . .
FT Aalphaaviillee is unimpressed.