Aid in reverse: how poor countries develop rich countries, was published in The Guardian on January 14, 2017, and was written by Jason Hickel. In that article, among other things we learn the following (follow the links to the original reports): 240 more words
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Bitcoin and other digital currencies are new kinds of money and exchange networks that are superior in nearly every way to state-controlled fiat money. Due to the fact that all monies are directly competing with one another as economic units, money create a zero-sum game of competitive economics against one another. 806 more words
Chinese corporate debt…geez…Someone’s going to have to take a haircut. US pension crisis.
- WSJ – China’s Property Bubble Keeps Getting Bigger 9/19. “With so many parties including banks and local governments all depending on real estate, it may not make sense for them to pop the bubble.” 1,997 more words
A follow-up to my previous post, “Did inequality cause WW1? Contra Hobson-Lenin-Milanovic“, elaborating on the inequality=>capital exports link in Branko Milanovic’s overall inequality=>ww1 claim. 1,857 more words
Country Focus: Philippines
This emerging markets analysis examines Philippine portfolio capital flows, recent performance and outlook of Philippine bonds / yields, equities, and the Peso from the perspective of an analyst/trader that utilizes fundamental, technical, quantitative, and intermarket analyses. 1,277 more words