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No, the housing crisis will not be solved by building more homes

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  17. Britain's first blockchain-enabled co-working space isn't blockchain-enabled
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  25. Turkey contagion fears are overblown [Update]
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  27. Sorry Tim, the humanity is not being drained out of music
  28. Digital crop circles
  29. What could go wrong here?
  30. Sirius Minerals: money for a hole in the ground
  31. The Bank of England has a strange idea of what QE achieved
  32. One for the ladies...
  33. 'Of course, many ridiculous papers appeared'
  34. Is a change goin' to come?
  35. The capacity's not there yet (and probably never will be)
  36. Musk and Tesla are not inseparable
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  49. Oh, the digital humanity
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  51. Sports are not markets, predictions ain't investment
  52. Spot the difference, Steinhoff edition
  53. Larry Robbins, a cautionary tale
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  55. Carney is down with the crypto kids
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  57. It might be a long wait for “the equivalent alternative to ICOs”
  58. Don't blame it on the sunshine
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  60. One in ten dollars of US housing were anonymous
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  63. Let’s not try make 'crypto chicks' a thing
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  77. Did Soros really give Tesla a “vote of confidence”?
  78. At a crypto conference in New York, it feels like 2017 all over again
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  84. “We're very disappointed in you, Spotify”
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  88. Free cash flow to whom?
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  124. No Bloomberg, the world's richest people did not lose $114bn...
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No, the housing crisis will not be solved by building more homes

Residential capitalism is a child of the banking system

Too smooth: the red flag at Patisserie Valerie which was missed

  1. No one is killing it in crypto (not even Woz)
  2. No, the housing crisis will not be solved by building more homes
  3. Sorry Civil, 'crypto-economics' and 'constitutions' won't save journalism
  4. 'Short-termism' isn't a thing, say Fed economists
  5. Coinbase wants to be “too big to fail”, lol
  6. Regulation and innovation don't have to be enemies
  7. Retailers get so lonely around the holidays
  8. Folli Follie: $1bn of fake sales, and what to learn from the debacle
  9. The new green evangelism
  10. Tilray, how low can it go?
  11. The ICO behind the tragic Everest stunt is now “airdropping” tokens from rockets
  12. Beware the Hindenburg Omen?
  13. The broken conversation about financial regulation
  14. The improbably profitable, loss-making Blue Prism
  15. The EM rout is not made in America
  16. Wages and growth and honestly we just give up
  17. Britain's first blockchain-enabled co-working space isn't blockchain-enabled
  18. There is a FIRE that never goes out
  19. The WeWork Garden of Eden
  20. IQE: lumpy 'Apple' sauce at the pricey Cardiff chip shop
  21. There's only so much a central bank can do alone
  22. Eight questions every first-time buyer should ask
  23. MiFID II: not all doom and gloom
  24. Tesla: getting to Q3 profitability
  25. Turkey contagion fears are overblown [Update]
  26. The chance of an inflation shock may be higher than you think
  27. Sorry Tim, the humanity is not being drained out of music
  28. Digital crop circles
  29. What could go wrong here?
  30. Sirius Minerals: money for a hole in the ground
  31. The Bank of England has a strange idea of what QE achieved
  32. One for the ladies...
  33. 'Of course, many ridiculous papers appeared'
  34. Is a change goin' to come?
  35. The capacity's not there yet (and probably never will be)
  36. Musk and Tesla are not inseparable
  37. Libraries, from Carnegie to Bezos
  38. Crypto & government: from anarchy to amity in the USA
  39. 'I'm sorry Dave, I'm afraid I cannot sanction this Series B round'
  40. RBC, through the FANG barrier
  41. Self-help to buy
  42. CFA: Chartered crypto analysts -- updated
  43. The Netflix dilemma -- updated
  44. Fujitsu's new blockchain offering: really cheap or really expensive?
  45. Nothing But the Shirt on Your Back
  46. Universities of Britain: cosying up to crypto is a bad look
  47. How to make a living in the cult of meritocracy
  48. Spotify: Drake-oil salesmen
  49. Oh, the digital humanity
  50. Building a blockchain Britain in Bloxwich, because ...?
  51. Sports are not markets, predictions ain't investment
  52. Spot the difference, Steinhoff edition
  53. Larry Robbins, a cautionary tale
  54. The node to serfdom
  55. Carney is down with the crypto kids
  56. Samsonite: inventory, excess baggage, and unresolved questions
  57. It might be a long wait for “the equivalent alternative to ICOs”
  58. Don't blame it on the sunshine
  59. In corporate America, brands develop you
  60. One in ten dollars of US housing were anonymous
  61. Should AT&T worry more about its debt?
  62. Who cares if Elon is incinerating capital?
  63. Let’s not try make 'crypto chicks' a thing
  64. Tokens all the way down
  65. Eight-dimensional chess with Elon Musk
  66. A lopsided trade is a good trade, Italian inflation edition
  67. How to buy Italian fire insurance
  68. Atlas bugged
  69. Inflating inflation
  70. Crypto's most devout believers are suffering a crisis of faith
  71. Plus500: past performance is no guide to the future
  72. Noble rot in a shrinking Harbour
  73. In defence of ticket touts
  74. Please don't tell individual investors to buy leveraged loans
  75. RIB Software: the unicorn rainy-day fund
  76. Retail is not dead
  77. Did Soros really give Tesla a “vote of confidence”?
  78. At a crypto conference in New York, it feels like 2017 all over again
  79. Egregious expectations - Intelsat edition
  80. Bitcoin cash is expanding into the void
  81. Stop getting The Flintstones wrong
  82. Bond investors do not care if Argentina is solvent in 100 years
  83. Ubiquiti Networks: of cash and borrowed time
  84. “We're very disappointed in you, Spotify”
  85. 'Sex redistribution' and the means of reproduction
  86. Tesla probably needs to raise capital this year
  87. No entitlement crisis in America
  88. Free cash flow to whom?
  89. Hey crypto bros! Journalism ≠ advertising
  90. Human capital and the jobs guarantee
  91. This is a tech bubble, when's the crash?
  92. The magic of adjustments: ebitla-dee-da
  93. FUD, inglorious FUD
  94. A complex analysis reaches same conclusion as simple one: hedge funds suck
  95. The jobs guarantee and human-capital “nationalisation”
  96. These hedge fund numbers can't be right
  97. The Vomiting Camel has escaped from Bitcoin zoo
  98. Lies, damn lies, and charticles
  99. The world doesn't need more Elon Musks
  100. No, Facebook should not become a nonprofit
  101. Sell all crypto and abandon all blockchain
  102. Immutable ledgers meet European data protection
  103. Amazon is not a bubble
  104. Japan's economic miracle
  105. Have you ever meta crypto joke you didn't like?
  106. Delaware should change its rules to let the light in
  107. Who needs the labels anyway?
  108. Baby Boomers want your family to finance a larger share of their retirement
  109. No, America would not benefit from authoritarian central planning
  110. No one needs to buy Tesla
  111. How to win a debate in the cult of meritocracy
  112. Steinhoff International and the case of Pepkor Global Sourcing
  113. Sorry Jack, Bitcoin will not become the global currency
  114. The “academic’s cryptocurrency” is an elegant waste of time
  115. Cigarettes are the vice America needs
  116. Well that’s one reason to buy yen…
  117. Musicians, don't just blame the labels for your lack of dough
  118. Giving stock away to staff doesn't absolve share buybacks
  119. A penny for Macpherson’s thoughts on the nominal anchor
  120. Monopoly and its discontents
  121. A State of Mind
  122. America is not the least protectionist country in the world
  123. This is nuts, when does Netflix crash?
  124. No Bloomberg, the world's richest people did not lose $114bn...
  125. Someone is wrong on the internet, government employee pensions and passive investing edition
  126. Someone is wrong on the internet, possibly fragile
  127. Someone is wrong on the internet, consumer financial regulation edition
  128. Someone is wrong on the internet: tontine tokens [Update]
  129. Someone is wrong on the internet, road economics edition
  130. Someone is wrong on the internet, wages and the stock market edition
Too smooth: the red flag at Patisserie Valerie which was missed

With the benefit of hindsight, sales per store were too steady.

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