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- Blockchain: it really is a tough sell
- Sterling has not become an emerging market currency
- Jeff Ubben/ESG: flip flop
- Is this the nuttiest risk factor of all time?
- The tech start-up that wants to “validate” the female orgasm
- It’s a great time for conspiracy theories to thrive
- Let’s call Trump out, but let’s get our facts straight too
- Today, in efficient markets
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- Let’s flatten the coronavirus confusion curve
- NMC Health: presented without comment
Can we really measure what GDP was when the Magna Carta was signed? And do we really need to care?
Buenos Aires’ frustration in restructuring its debt ahead of a full-scale default speaks to an inherent conflict between sovereigns and their creditors. In light of this, the country may be better off waiting for the current negotiations to tail off than giving in to creditors’ demands.