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The latest Canadian jobs data certainly make it seem so. Perhaps the better question is: has the Canadian economy already hit its peak for this cycle?
Some highlights we dug out from the guts of the report: Read more
Another day, another Aussie GDP downgrade.
From BofA Merrill Lynch: Read more
1.Assessing "Abenomics", again
2.Why fintech is a jobs story
3.Why the outrage over Carney's climate speech?
4.William Macaulay, the reluctant Glencore insider
6.Is it time for our readers to crack each other's heads open and feast on the goo inside?
7.When energy inventory snaps looks like this
9.Negative rates as a precursor to death of banking, redux
10.Yieldcos and interest rates
1.Myths and facts about “risk parity”
2.The bond liquidity ‘cognitive bandwidth deficit’ problem
3.When energy inventory snaps looks like this
4.Negative rates as a precursor to death of banking, redux
5.A wink and a nod later… and the debt is monetised
6.The digital retail economy’s Achilles heel
7.Corbyn’s “People’s QE” could actually be a decent idea
8.21 (grams of digital coke)
9.For the attention of UK investigators looking at possible Chinese-related stock market frauds in London*
10.Allied Minds, maligned
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