Tag "central banks"
Thinking for ourselves: Lessons from the NBA's Phil Jackson
One of the core tenets of Jackson’s approach to leadership is allowing individuals to discover their own destiny by forcing them to accept individual responsibility.
An imperfect signal
Bondholders have been on quite the ride in the last few months. The year began with yields moving lower in many regions—notably Europe—to the surprise of some investors who just last year thought that rates could only go higher.
What’s up with Denmark?
For a country whose population is smaller than that of NYC, the Kingdom of Denmark is getting a lot of press these days.
Escalated danger rating
Financial markets function relatively well most of the time; it is only on occasion that markets break, the system goes awry and crises ensue.
'Twas the day before Christmas
‘Twas the day before Christmas, so we’ll take our cue, to provide our blog readers, with a year in review.
Frogs in the pot
A few weeks ago I attended a lunch with Jean-Claude Trichet. As one might expect from the former head of the European Central Bank, Trichet spoke at length on the economy, quantitative easing and monetary policy.
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