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Research claims a fifth of Europe’s corporate landscape may now be zombified.
It was only a matter of time.
Trump’s booming election-fraud business; chicken cells; Clintonworld confessions; Amazon’s Panorama box; and much more.
Yes, we went there.
Looks like global banks have found a nice little swap line discrepancy.
Wild moods swings from Mr Market continue.
Let’s be pragmatic not hysterical. Why it’s not entirely clear that a ‘no-vax, no-fly’ policy makes commercial sense for airlines. Or even for vaccine adoption.
How bad it gets for businesses in the euro area depends on governments’ response.
The path to da moon has once again been interrupted.
May he be forever remembered in footballing and central banking history.
How to deal with social injustice via the magic of the capital markets, and Jay-Z.
It is time to consider how we humans feel about robots writing the news
The Gatwick drone mystery; Private ECB briefings; Sweatshops on wheels.
Bitcoin blackouts; Tesla jail breaking; rogue traders and much more . . .
Britney; Gout; QAnon/ yoga; and much more.
Venture capital; Chess; Ks; and much more.
Suzanne Moore; tears over Jordan Peterson; Michigan’s fake voter fraud scandal; AstraZeneca’s “shaky science”; and much more.
Video game reality; Escobar and fintech; Social media conformity.
Perhaps, but it likely has nothing to do with EU.
GCHQ; the vaccine dilemma; Spotify and much more . . .
One must say one finds it all a little surprising.
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.
Covid cronyism; income inequality; taxis and Tesla; Russia’s “road of bones”; and much more.
Well, it’s complicated.
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.
Prince Andrew; smoking; vaccines; and much more.
Two weeks to lock-up expires. Tick tock.
The world’s longest lockdown; an explosé; billionaire bag-holders; Boring stations; and much more.
“It’s expensive on what we know, and cheap on what we don’t.”
Scotland’s one-party system; Saving Christmas; Early retirements.
Trade-offs are everywhere.
She does, because she can.
Price pressures have disappeared during the pandemic, so they say.
Maybe, but don’t you dare say “slowbalisation”.
How CNN survived; Slack; Shiller CAPE and much more . . .
It might be a while.