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The Invisible Run-Off

Today, the Alphaville section of the Financial Times published The invisible run-off, in which I discuss a new source of “quantitative tightening” that almost no one seems to have noticed.  490 more words


The Financial Times are having a laugh

I’m doing a little light reading about behavioural economics for my next article.  After following what was clearly a broken link, I had to laugh at this irregular 404 page error notification from the… 471 more words


Our So-Called Foreign Policy: Now the Establishment Media is Praising the Perps on China Policy

As RealityChek‘s slogan surely makes painfully clear, the interlocking worlds of politics and policy and media are so shot through with outright hogwash that producing it now looks like standard operating procedure. 754 more words


Qazaqstan: Vanity is in the Eye of the Beholder

As Lord Venal was enjoying a New Year’s drink (well maybe one or two) in an Astana nightclub, a young man who knew his charming companion came over to talk. 337 more words


Global disaster insurance losses in 2017 double those of 2016

Oliver Ralph, insurance correspondent for the Financial Times reported on this on 20th December 2017.  His main source of information was Swiss Re, a leading wholesale provider of reinsurance, insurance and other insurance-based forms of risk transfer. 106 more words

Pubblicazione sul Financial Times (2)

Sul Financial Times è uscito il mio servizio fotografico commissionato per il loro articolo, relativo al ruolo della città di Pesaro e delle sue aziende nella Crisi economica italiana ed europea, intitolato: … 19 more words