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Economically, Europe’s second lockdown will be a lot less painful than the first. That owes much to manufacturers’ resilience.
Two more EV bubble data points.
Well, it’s complicated.
Covid cronyism; income inequality; taxis and Tesla; Russia’s “road of bones”; and much more.
PayPal’s entry into the bitcoin market on October 21 coincides with the recent bitcoin mega rally and some believe the two could be connected.
Two weeks to lock-up expires. Tick tock.
“It’s expensive on what we know, and cheap on what we don’t.”
Trade-offs are everywhere.
Price pressures have disappeared during the pandemic, so they say.
She does, because she can.
Maybe, but don’t you dare say “slowbalisation”.
One must say one finds it all a little surprising.
Prince Andrew; smoking; vaccines; and much more.
The world’s longest lockdown; an explosé; billionaire bag-holders; Boring stations; and much more.
Scotland’s one-party system; Saving Christmas; Early retirements.
How CNN survived; Slack; Shiller CAPE and much more . . .
It might be a while.
Fiscal cliffication; e-sports; art fairs; and much more.
Vaccines; taxing WFH; ECJ vs cash; and much more.
And this chart proves it.
Or when stablecoins go squiffy . . .
The Pfizer vaccine; the Sputnik vaccine; vaccine data; vaccine haters; and more.
Remember going to concerts? Nah, us neither.
Elon Musk’s most excellent year; toxic work addiction; face hunger; optimism; and more.
“Darkness falls across the land. The midnight hour is close at hand . . . ”
Plant-based burger goes splat.
Take-Two’s offer for the sim racing specialist speaks to one of the hottest trends in equity markets right now.
Yellen’s back; fake meat war; red-tape hilarity and much more . . .
Though the WHO (and Bryce Elder) urge caution.
Biden inherits a trump card on Covid but evidence of the vaccine’s effectiveness is not yet clear. Markets go nuts anyway.
Covid non transparency, Hammer conspiracies, Boris’ disinfo sting.
Two decades ago the music industry officially surrendered to the MP3. In the second part of his guest post, musician William J. Stokes looks at how it still affects musicians to this day.
In which crypto bros bearing the power of immutable truth sort the whole mess out.
Dag Detter, plus co-authors, argue local governments should be encouraged to consolidate their substantial real estate assets into Urban Wealth Funds (UWFs) to maximise their value.
The scheme is not flawless, but there is little cause to scrap it just yet.
Character assassinations; CNN; a Libor podcast; and much more.