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What could possibly go wrong?
All hail the dauphin of degens
The BIS is relaxed about central bank losses
“A ripple, not a wave”
The real estate of China’s economy
The last 747; Georgian dollarisation; Santos vs Costanza; and a belated RIP for Jack ReVelle
Roberto Perli is the new SOMA supremo
European stock markets have further to rally, argues GS
Solvency theatre; lying ChatGPT; the mirage of active success; and the “inane, moronic, irrational, exploding human appendix ****show that is the debt ceiling”
Withdrawals have almost trebled since October
A big $28bn bet on a dirty future
The flight to shite
Patti Smith on Tom Verlaine; horny rhinos; the end of M&A stars; and Diana, Princess of Wales’s Eagles jacket.
Well done everyone, trebles all round
Billy McFarland, management consultant; Citadel’s powerlifting risk chief; the last mustard maker of Dijon
What’s up with the down volatility index?
It’s not what you pay, it’s what you own
Lord make me a free-marketer, but not yet
Adani’s full response; Marie Kondo gives up; lycanthronomics‚ wealth taxes and an exhaustive taxonomy of the font of Dune
Ted Cruz is the worst
Dual listing FTW
The lit liquidity erosion
More doughnuts than a Dunkin’s
Et tu, Lone Pine?