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Best economic links of the web 2018

Best economic links of the web 2018

11-06-2018

On the weakening outlook for High Yield

  • Lukas Daalder
    Lukas
    Daalder
    Former CIO Robeco Investment Solutions. Daalder left Robeco in July 2018.
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From the Financial Times: “Donald Trump goes rogue at the G7”
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https://www.ft.com/content/ffd28bae-6cb0-11e8-852d-d8b934ff5ffa

The lack of a bubble in Tech stocks
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https://ftalphaville.ft.com/2018/06/07/1528344000000/Tech-is-not-a-bubble/

Bitcoin is going for a new low
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https://qz.com/1301699/bitcoin-crashed-after-south-korean-exchange-coinrail-was-hacked/

From the Brookings institute: “rethinking the Fed’s 2% inflation target”
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https://www.brookings.edu/product/rethinking-the-feds-2-percent-inflation-target/

A chart that shows only six months to prove a point
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http://www.businessinsider.com/stock-market-selloff-wall-street-sounding-alarm-on-troubling-trend-tough-summer-2018-6

“The Future for Factor Investing May Be Different Than its Backtested Past”
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https://alphaarchitect.com/2018/06/08/future-factor-investing-may-different-backtested-past/

And yes, the US schedule for the week to come
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http://www.calculatedriskblog.com/2018/06/schedule-for-week-of-june-10-2018.html

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