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Global

11th October, 2021 » The door to where?

Supply-chain disruptions have many “local” causes but they generate global crises. Many are durable. They seem to have come together…

Global

29th September, 2021 » The coming togetherness

Current stress points in the global economy, like supply-side disruptions, have idiosyncratic causes but all point in one direction: the…

Global

22nd September, 2021 » Binary warfare

Cyberwarfare remains a significantly underappreciated threat. Its dangers are numerous, even absent of a full-blown conflict between the major powers.…

Global

17th September, 2021 » Biking to conclusions

Disruption of supply chains will have significant effects on current global growth, inflation and equity margins. But it goes beyond…

Global

13th July, 2021 » Ready or not

While the spread of the Delta variant is concentrated in healthy young adults in the developed economies, and vaccination coverage…

Global

6th July, 2021 » Saw tooth

This is about the shape of the economic cycle. The pandemic has created a new cycle: the ‘saw tooth’. We…

Global

16th June, 2021 » The virtuous game

While the green revolution continues to gather steam, there is still a high degree of procrastination going on. The radical…

Global

3rd June, 2021 » Testing prejudice

Some things are clear. Lasting stimulus, particularly in the US, will keep demand above what the supply-side was traditionally capable…

Global

1st April, 2021 » Addicted to stuff

People obsess about post-Covid debt. But the reality, as the pandemic begins to wane, is that private sector balance sheets…

Global

3rd March, 2021 » How things connect

Policy normalisation is a great post-Covid challenge. It will be forced on policy makers by markets, rather than being an…

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