Recently, the US and the UK have joined Japan and Germany in the convergence of their 10-Year yields towards zero … Read moreThe Case for Italian Bonds in a Zero-Yielding Environment
In light of the recent Coronavirus pandemic, governments around the world have been forced to bailout companies to prop up their respective economies … Read moreBailouts, Buybacks, and Blame in the Time of COVID-19
With almost all economic activities coming to a halt, fear and anger have proved to be as contagious as the virus itself. … Read moreTwo Underlying Economic Arguments Regarding the Current Black Lives Matter Protest and Their Implications
The financial sector is a powerful force to combat climate change. … Read moreGreen Bonds: A Possible Solution to Climate Change
With business beginning to reopen and risk sentiment improving, the US is likely to return to a degree of normalcy in the coming months. … Read moreYield Curve Control and its Implications for the US Economy
The coronavirus pandemic promises to finally topple the oil industry, giving governments the chance to begin a new green age.
Last Friday, Argentina missed the final deadline for $500 million of interest payments on its sovereign debt. … Read morePanic and the Peso: Argentina’s Debt and Currency Woes
A story with a scandal never seen before. Unprecedented fraud. The collapse of a multibillion company … Read moreThe Demise of NMC Health
Apocalyptic visions of nuclear wastelands no longer align with the socially and economically destructive reality of idle nuclear weapons today … Read moreThe Devastating Impact of Idle Nuclear Weapons
Here are two options:
Option 1: £150 today
Option 2:£300 tomorrow
Which option would you choose? … Read moreHyperbolic Discounting: The underestimated power of behavioural economics
What damage will Covid-19 do to the UK economy over the next few years … Read moreCOVID-19 Promises Long-Term Damage to the UK Economy
How crippling depression can potentially cripple an economy … Read moreJAPAN: Saving Face, Losing Money?