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Some highlights from Monday’s FTfm.
SWFs go shopping for managers
Cash-rich sovereign wealth funds are believed to be exploring the possibility of buying asset managers in a drive to lower fees and ramp up their investment expertise. Read more
1.Richard Koo's chart to explain the past 200 years
2.As an investment strategy grows more popular, the probability of a comparison involving Marxism apparently approaches 1
3.Fun with peer-to-peer accounting. (Yes, actual fun)
4.We already have a utility settlement coin: it's called the euro
7.A would-be disruptor hits a Treasury-market-shaped wall
8.It really is very quiet
10.Are traders allowed to front-run customer orders in the Treasury market?
1.Blockchains? Where we’re going, we don’t need blockchains
2.The RBI wants to disintermediate you!
3.Thought for the weekend
4.What we’ve got here is a failure to communicate
5.Richard Koo’s chart to explain the past 200 years
6.Yellen on negative rates: we do not speak its name
7.Markets Live: Friday, 26th August, 2016
8.We already have a utility settlement coin: it’s called the euro
9.Thoughts on Levine’s “Best Capital Allocating Robot (U.S. Division)”
10.It really is very quiet
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