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Every Cloud . . .

The gilt market has staged a modest rally over the past couple of weeks though this should not fool us: there remains a good deal of attention focused on the inflationary outlook. 551 more words


Brexit and a summer of uncertainty.

Brexit, from the UK perspective.

Oh my, how many words, insults and offended philosophies have been thrown at the subject of Brexit. As I write this, the Brexit bills is with the house of lords and the usual pressure points of constitutional crisis are being bandied about to try and prevent the lords from amending the bill. 1,597 more words


SelfAbortive Choices

Believing you are for growing economic opportunities
and shrinking financial risks
AND that you don’t mind sacrificing ecological health
and nutritional wealth,
is a confusion of terminology. 46 more words

The new world order: China is now Germany's largest trading partner

As China steps into the role of globalization’s biggest supporter—a position vacated by the US since Donald Trump was elected on an “America First” platform—Europe is shifting its focus east. 353 more words

Weekend Reads

In this week’s edition…the wall that connects the US to Mexico…addressing race in the arts…foreign government has interfered with US elections before…consumers are more fickle and less loyal…creating a second life in virtual reality beyond disabilities…the effect of translations on artificial intelligence…and more. 2,254 more words