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And one more dollar thought
And more views on the dollar
The diplomatic power of dress was on display at the Cornish summit. But who were the winners and losers?
The currency as pressure valve
Blake Scott Ball makes a good case for how Charles M Schulz’s creation left a lasting moral mark on the USA
And Basel says no to crypto
A hedge, but not necessarily an inflation hedge
Is a huge rally coming?
And the mystery of office real estate
And yet more about US housing
Is all reason dead?
And are we selling duration, or speculation?
Also: is Amazon a bargain?
US eyes crypto regulation amid concern that a lack of oversight could harm savers and investors
Plus more thoughts on housing
And thinking about stocks in cash terms
Or is it a lottery ticket?
Our deodorant-only man finds himself fascinated by the world of fragrance
And good riddance to cold calling
Random scatter in estimates and predictions is often far from benign and can be minimised if we acknowledge our failings
Also: yes, QE does too put money in the public’s hands
Also bitcoin replies and housing prices
The ceasefire will end an 11-day conflict that has killed at least 230 Palestinians and 12 Israelis
The rising price was never proof that the technology works
And why doesn’t Warren Buffett like Wells?