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Oh my, do follow this matinée clown show playing in Toronto and on the AIM market in London on Wednesday.
First, the slam-dunk M&A scoop earlier from Barry Critchley of Canada’s Financial Post: Read more
1.Some Fed thoughts: QE4 and all that
2.Guest post: Trying to throw our arms around the (sick) Chinese economy
4.The peer-to-peer scaling, matching and pricing fallacy
5.Equities soar. Have some Albert
6.Slater & Gordon: complicated, indebted and yet to be audited
7.China's ongoing FX trilemma and its possible consequences
8.Myths and facts about "risk parity"
9.Imagineering markets in our quantum computing future
10.Slater & Gordon were sold a pup, watch this space...
1.Will Treasury yields soar if China sells?
2.The peer-to-peer scaling, matching and pricing fallacy
3.Equities soar. Have some Albert
4.Imagineering markets in our quantum computing future
5.Guest post: Trying to throw our arms around the (sick) Chinese economy
6.Some Fed thoughts: QE4 and all that
7.Slater & Gordon: complicated, indebted and yet to be audited
8.Markets Live: Friday, 28th August, 2015
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