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Is there any signal amid the Treasury market noise?
The Communist party expands its crackdown
Also, why did Jamie Dimon get a random $50m?
Also, predicting inflation, badly, and another word on Covid
The US vaccination slowdown is terrible news for markets
Two strategies for the too much money problem
And why are banks stocks not doing worse?
A Fed mistake? Tightening liquidity?
And more thoughts on competition
What to pay for what you cannot own?
Might more competition be bad for stocks?
And does Chinese credit explain American bonds?
There are plenty of explanations for falling yields, none of them much good
And growth vs acceleration
And how a little inflation can hurt you
And one more word on ESG
There is a, just barely, contrarian case for bullishness on EMs
And higher ones for emerging markets, perhaps?
And the economics of Soho House
If you believed in it a week ago, believe in it now
There was a market that had lost touch with reality
And are international stocks too cheap?
But its policymakers can’t see the future, and neither can you
And one more dollar thought
And more views on the dollar