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Linear Talk - Macro Roundup for November

With best wishes to all my readers for the holiday season.

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Bull market breather or beginning of the end?

Macro Letter – No 87 – 24-11-2017

Bull market breather or beginning of the end?

  • Stock markets have generally taken a breather during November
  • High yield and corporate bond yields have risen, but from record lows…
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Do rich countries lend to poor countries?

Almog Adir and Simon Whitaker In the last few years there has been a small net overall flow of capital from advanced to emerging market economies (EMEs), in contrast to the ‘paradox’ prevailing for much of this century of capital flowing the ‘wrong’ way, uphill from poor to rich countries.

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Linear Talk - Macro Roundup for October

An overview on financial and commodity markets for last month

A Keynesian case for industrial policy

Keynesian economics emphasises the primacy of aggregate demand or expenditure in driving the growth of output and employment. More mainstream neoclassical Keynesians, and the New Keynesians, tend to argue that inadequate demand is a short run phenomenon. 1,176 more words

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Linear Talk - Macro Roundup for September 2017

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Linear Talk – Macro Roundup – 17th October 2017

Financial market liquidity returned after the thin trading which is typical of August. Stocks and crude oil were higher and the US$ made new lows. 829 more words