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- State-backed crypto is a contradiction
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- The £3bn hole in the Tory manifesto
- ArtGo loses its marbles
- Are banks really magic money trees?
- Will Lagarde’s sneaky tweet change much?
- Can we all calm down about Apple Card’s “gender bias”
- UBS’ billionaire boondoggle
- When fast fashion jumps on the eco-wagon
- GenX will set central banks’ climate response
- The stablecoin anathema
- Masters of the universe, don’t be scared of Elizabeth Warren
- Missing: the GE short report
- The average lifespan of a fiat currency isn’t 27 years
- Lord King: Brexit is no big deal
- No inflation? Tell that to my landlord
- Today, in fintech marketing
- YouGov’s “blockchain-based” sell-your-own data platform makes no sense (*update)
Area law professor is deeply confused about both public-employee pension funds and investing.
How a baccarat binge helped launder the world’s biggest cyberheist; how passive investing is now in danger of devouring capitalism; how credit raters ducked reform; an honest business news update; the Irish Farmers Journal weighs in on what you could buy instead of Neymar; other stuff.
Jeff Gundlach appears at SALT as a hologram; the SEC might kill the quadruple-leveraged S&P 500 ETF; Darwin visits Wall St; can we still rely on collective wisdom; “To Woo Millennials, Financial Advisers Dress the Part”; unpleasant thoughts you had and the things you bought to stop having them; other stuff.