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Finance, Bubbles, Negative Rates: The What Ifs . . . ?

What if "normal" real interest rates are not coming back?

Janet Yellen on Recession Risks, Inequality, and Climate Change

Janet Yellen sat for a wide-ranging fireside chat with Margaret “Marg” Franklin, CFA.

The Silent Depression: Trundling Is the New Booming

What do two speeches from the 1970s say about today's economy?

2020 US Wealth Management Outlook: Personalized Financial Advice

The wealth management industry needs to see itself as a holistic provider of advice and money management for everyone.

Still Learning to Fish: Three Years On

I held my first book in my hands in the spring of 2016. However improbable it was for me to write one, there it was.

East African Capital Markets: Three Lessons

A speaker's tour in East Africa gave Markus Schuller a compelling window into how four rising economies are working to find a place for their nascent finance sectors in global capital markets.

Negative Interest Rates: The Logical Absurdity

Upside-down rates do make sense. They reveal the high cost of staying solvent.

What Is an Asset Class?

The economy has only a handful of truly fundamental drivers that influence different asset classes.

Book Review: Financial Econometrics

Oliver Linton provides a good reference work for key financial econometric topics and extensions over the past 20 years.

The US Labor Market: Weaker Than It Looks?

US employment figures point to a significant opportunity deficit for workers.



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