Pursuing comrade Bezos; Trump’s win on tax is a loss on trade (for him); Unemployment insurance as housing market stabilise; The cowl does not make the monk; On the surveillance company’s abilities
By: Dan McCrum
Who wants to experience market failure by truck crushing?
The head of the audit committee, a former Deloitte partner, has stepped down.
Cashflow is king, and sometimes executioner
Deutsche Bank considers the two previous examples of rate panic
Valuations are crazy but mandates say equities so ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Shadow banking five ways; Money does help; Letting the money changers back into the temple; Four degrees warmer; and more
The US investor experience is the exception, not the rule.
Fear the information apocalypse; Could we all become Amish?; More sites hacked by miners; Don’t help the fraudsters, says a short seller; The stock market crash we need
Almost a quarter of London properties on the market are priced above £1m
Forbes has a crypto "billionaire" list now
Hilary Clinton is not your mommy; Cutting off Facebook; You can’t handle the mall; It’s step, twist, step, damnit
Competitive bear posturing has begun
Market hope, after all, springs eternal
It’s the stock market bulls who come at night, their voices soft as thunder.
Remember when China used to top the list of things people worried about?
Reaching deeper into the earth; An unusual collection; China’s terrifying glimpse of control; Crafting a life; One family’s ambiguous past
The CFTC wants to put useful, and much, much, smaller numbers on the swap market
But, but, but, Bitcoin...
Financial statements rely on those which go before, and for Star that means Steinhoff International’s
They are out and about, grumbling that markets will be no picnic
Cross border flows as measure of the cycle; Recollections of a malco shark; A eulogy for the headphone jack; Tech companies under pressure
Inequality and recessions; The Bitcoin carnivores; Supermarkets should be more like Wetherspoons; Choose your own facts, help Corbyn; The sad tale of Kodak’s dabble
“Alexa, build me a healthcare system.”
The short selling outfit that claimed much of the credit for identifying potential accounting irregularities at Steinhoff has revealed its next target: Capitec
Why has regional convergence declined; Mass transit is failed by politics; About all those promised jobs; Response times and statistics; finding fake followers
A blockchain-for-vegetable “start-up”. And that’s just the start of it …
A 2014 pitchbook, Indian business filings, foreign direct investment records, and a UK lawsuit filed in October raise fresh questions about the value of a German tech company’s largest acquisition.
The Davos non-paradox; The best you can expect; Bank risk weights are not comparable; Housing, household risk, and policy; 50 Cent, many bitcoin
One of the investigations into what went on at Quindell, the Hampshire country club which became a listed law firm, has produced a result