As alert readers may have noticed, I’ve been a bit busy recently. Not just all the gadding about of the last few weeks, but at some point in the preceding months I have managed to go from doing occasional welcome freelance jobs to being somehow employed more or less full time. 238 more words
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My paper for the Sheffield Political Economy Research Institute on the recovery and the failure of economic rebalancing.
In 2013, economic growth in Britain started to gather pace, after several years of under-performance. 140 more words
Marketware International (MWI), a leading company providing business and technology solutions for web-based trading has today announced that it is releasing a new Model Management and Rebalancing Solution for Advisors and Wealth Management firms. 270 more words
My investments have been mostly plodding along this year. Occasionally, I have adjusted how much of my 401(k) contribution went to what (S&P 500 index, total international index, and stable value fund) and then left it alone again. 649 more words
The Conservative Party’s general election manifesto could not have been clearer: ‘A sustainable recovery must be driven by growth in exports’. A preceding speech by George Osborne specified ‘net exports’, explaining that rising exports had to be matched by falling imports, as Britain once again became a nation of ‘makers’ rather than consumers. 71 more words