Monthly Archives: December 2014

Greece’s election: The euro’s next crisis | The Economist

As another sovereign crisis looms ahead and 2014 draws to the end, I look forward to grabbing the newest issue of The Economist from my mailbox but before it gets delivered a glance at the web version of this very interesting article will do: Greece’s election: The euro’s next crisis |

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The Economist’s Xmas Issue

The Economist’s Christmas double issue is a classic you shouldn’t miss at all, check it out here 20141220_cover_ww | The Economist.

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Stock markets valuations

As the year draws to a dismal conclusion for the recession-hardened euro periphery, I want to update my recent seminar on valuations with this chart comparing PE multiples across a selection of stock markets. Though stock indexes have been partying on new highs after the anxiety-driven correction of mid October,

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Christmas & economics, a strange couple

Nobel laureate Prof. Daniel Kahneman writes that optimism is the engine of capitalism and that ‘optimistic individuals play a disproportionate role in shaping our lives’. And as this year’s Black Friday sales results put us onto a gloomier Holiday season, how about a good ignition of optimism or perhaps just

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