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Green Bonds: A Possible Solution to Climate Change

The financial sector is a powerful force to combat climate change. … Read moreGreen Bonds: A Possible Solution to Climate Change
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Green Bonds: A Possible Solution to Climate Change

Yield Curve Control and its Implications for the US Economy

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
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Yield Curve Control and its Implications for the US Economy

Hyperbolic Discounting: The underestimated power of behavioural economics

Here are two options: Option 1: £150 today OR Option 2:£300 tomorrow Which option would you choose? … Read moreHyperbolic Discounting: The underestimated power of behavioural economics
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Hyperbolic Discounting: The underestimated power of behavioural economics

Infection and Inflation: Covid-19 and CPI

How will the difficulties in measuring inflation during the Covid-19 pandemic affect the economy … Read moreInfection and Inflation: Covid-19 and CPI
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Infection and Inflation: Covid-19 and CPI

Behavioural policy making – A possible way out

The term “policy” is with mankind for a long time. It is explained as a predetermined course of action adopted ...
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What is a better fit for analysis – quantitative or qualitative modeling?

The world today is in the middle of a pandemic, which is as far as we can go to quite ...
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/ Economics

America, Are we going to see An Economic repeat of the Fall of the Great Roman Empire, Part 1

Thursday the 30th of July 2020. For most that is as insignificant a date as any, however for the US ...
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/ Economics

Low-Yielding Debt and the Vanishing Yield Cushion

As has been obvious to see, the recent COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting stimulus from Central Banks worldwide has sent ...
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/ Economics

Are women economically hardest hit by the Covid-19 pandemic?

Although it has been proven that men are at a higher medical risk of being affected by the Coronavirus itself, ...
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/ Economics

The Fall and Rise of Independent Bookstores

When Amazon entered the book market sometime around early 1995, it was only the beginning of a change that would ...
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/ Economics
Shinzo Abe and his ministers

Abenomics and Deflation: An Analysis

On Friday 28th August, Shinzo Abe, Japan’s longest serving postwar Prime Minister announced that he would be stepping down after ...
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/ Economics

Role of Education in Economic Development

Mawut, born in war-torn South Sudan, fled to Kenya as an infant and sacrificed everything simply to go to school ...
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Are patterns of Revenge Shopping in China indicative of what is soon to be a boom for the luxury industry?

In April, when the high fashion luxury goods brand Hermes` reopened its store in China, it saw sales worth US ...
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/ Economics

The Uninterrupted Cascading of the Turkish Lira

The Turkish Lira continues to plummet at a fleeting rate since the turn of the year, and economists state that ...
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/ Currency, Economics, Markets, World

Covid-19 Introduced an Economy-Crippling Fear

If I was to state at the start of 2020 that a single event would disrupt the entire global economy, ...
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/ Covid-19, Economics, Markets, UK

How the COVID- 19 crisis will affect the trend of digitisation?

The advent of the Coronavirus pandemic has revealed certain vulnerabilities to humanity. The first wave of the impact has destabilised ...
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Will the Indian EdTech Industry survive a post-Covid and back-to-normal world?

An IMF forecast projects 2020’s global economic activity to contract by 3 %, making it even worse than the 2008 ...
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/ Economics

The Case for Italian Bonds in a Zero-Yielding Environment

Recently, the US and the UK have joined Japan and Germany in the convergence of their 10-Year yields towards zero ...
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/ Bonds, Covid-19, Economics, Italy, Markets

Bailouts, Buybacks, and Blame in the Time of COVID-19

In light of the recent Coronavirus pandemic, governments around the world have been forced to bailout companies to prop up ...
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/ Airlines, Covid-19, Economics, Markets, World

Green Bonds: A Possible Solution to Climate Change

Climate change might be the most complex issue the humans have ever encountered. Apart from the physical destruction worldwide, there ...
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Yield Curve Control and its Implications for the US Economy

With business beginning to reopen and risk sentiment improving, the US is likely to return to a degree of normalcy ...
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Will Covid-19 hasten the death of the oil industry?

Within the past decade, the petroleum sectors' problems have finally been revealed to the general public, most notably its environmental ...
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/ Covid-19, Economics, Markets, OIl, World

Panic and the Peso: Argentina’s Debt and Currency Woes

Last Friday, Argentina missed the final deadline for a $500 million of interest payments on its sovereign debt. In response ...
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The Demise of NMC Health

A story with a scandal never seen before. Unprecedented fraud. The collapse of a multibillion company. And it all circles ...
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/ Economics

The Devastating Impact of Idle Nuclear Weapons

We've all seen apocalyptic visions of a nuclear wasteland in the near future. Yet, the impact of unused nuclear weapons ...
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/ Economics, Nuclear weapons, World

Hyperbolic Discounting: The underestimated power of behavioural economics

Here are two options: Option 1: £150 today OR Option 2: £300 tomorrow. Which option would you choose? Here a ...
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COVID-19 Promises Long-Term Damage to the UK Economy

Due to the detrimental impacts of Coronavirus on business confidence and liquidity, the Bank of England recently revitalised its Quantitative ...
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/ Covid-19, Economics, Markets, UK

JAPAN: Saving Face, Losing Money?

It's a saying [the Japanese] have, that a man has a false heart in his mouth for the world to ...
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Infection and Inflation: Covid-19 and CPI

How will the difficulties in measuring inflation during the Covid-19 pandemic affect the economy? The Consumer Price Index (or CPI) ...
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Brexit: A Very British Revolution

Due to the repercussions of the shocking 52% to 48% split in votes, in favour of the UK exiting the ...
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/ Brexit, Covid-19, Economics, UK

A War of Two Economic Superpowers

The two most powerful economies in the world -the U.S and China- have locked horns and engaged in a bitter ...
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/ Economics, Markets, World

‘After the Storm Come the Vultures’ – Justice in Times of Crisis

Justice. Freedom. Equality. Three pillars upon which we have established and nurtured the roots of civilisation. Three pillars which are ...
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/ Economics, Justice, Law, Markets, Price Gouging

COVID-19 infects the global economy

Just 3 months ago, the economic climate seemed more certain and robust than ever with Brexit finally being finalised and ...
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/ Covid-19, Economics, Markets