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The global bond market is broken...and the ultimate breakdown from this environment is likely to be surprising, sudden, intense, and large.
And here's your chance to claim a free copy of this book...
While the sector can create low-skilled jobs, many other things need to fall in place as well.
And does it even matter?
The "industrial economy" itself will change beyond recognition. And more than that, any industry or institution which relies on a model of centralized production or decision making will be under threat.
A scare in the Bonner family...
Is the world run by Creationists or Darwinists?
Seven reasons why we're on the cusp of a tech revolution. Globalisation, thus far, has been composed of five waves of industrial revolution. That cycle is now complete.
The rate of inflation is at a nearly two-year high and it is important that the focus on inflation is retained.
The elaborate myths being constructed in the lead up to the US elections.
The fall in oil prices is the main reason for improved performance of Air India as well as Shipping Corporation of India. There has been no so called turnaround.
Emile Moreau would rather go hunting than loan to the government
Are we in a new era of valuation, where past valuation metrics no longer apply?
To become a prosperous country India needs to grow at 7 per cent per year up to 2040. The trouble is that such a high growth rate for such a long period of time has only been achieved once before.
Each candidate is their party's worst nightmare...
Inflation is a policy that cannot last.
The supply of engineering seats has exploded, but the demand hasn't exploded at the same pace.
That's what it takes in an era of negative rates...
In the blind pursuit of making debt cheaper to keep the debt-dependent economic growth model in motion, central banks appear to have forgotten Merton's Law of unintended consequences.
The bad loans of these banks now make up for close to one-fifth of their lending.