Monthly Archives: April 2016

Brexit for the news impaired

It’s striking to meet somebody who hasn’t heard of Brexit so far. It has happened to me lately. ‘Can you please explain it me in simpler terms?’ He (the UK) calls unilaterally for a divorce: he wants to retain some benefits of having been part of the family, though. Dinner

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Welcome to the new world

Welcome to the new world of investing. Newspapers, think-tanks, regulators and investors at large have been fretting about this new era of return-free risk in fixed income: with risk-free government bonds trading with negative to low yields-to-maturity, it’s easy to figure out the whole bond market (with few exceptions in

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