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July 10, 2009

Weekly Federal Reserve balance sheet update

This post is by Mark Dow This just hit my inbox, from the research team at Barclays. Since we’ve talked a fair amount of late about the Fed balance sheet, I thought I’d pass it on. "Weekly Federal …

July 7, 2009

Muito Forte

This is Mark Dow here. Brad’s still on vacation. Here’s a quick chart  for anyone questioning the conditional convergence growth hypothesis in emerging markets. In English, the hypothesis loosely p…

Brazilian vehicle sales vs US vehicle sales, 2001-2009, normalized

August 3, 2009

Turning on a Paradigm

This post is by Mark Dow Very few things rouse the rabble as much as an ideological debate. And over the past year it has been looking like we are having the beginnings of a nasty one in economics …

July 8, 2009

The Monkey Multiplier

This is Mark Dow. Brad is still away. There has been a lot of response to the assertion I made the other day that base money has not been growing since December, and that the money multiplier is not…

The M2 Money Multiplier vs Base Money, last 16 months

July 15, 2009

Nothing brings out buyers like higher prices, and other short stories

This post is by Mark Dow DXY, a dollar index, looks like it has started to break down. At my firm, Pharo, we have been whispering on the trading desk over the last two days that this was looking inc…

DXY, last 12 months

July 10, 2009

China
Chinese Handcuffs? No, Chinese trade deficit

This is Mark Dow. Brad is away. China has become the obsession that Japan was back in the 80s. And rightly so. It is a huge place, with a robust secular growth force underlying it (remember the cond…

Chinese trade balance, 2002-2009

July 9, 2009

The lunch may be free, but how much is it worth?

This is Mark Dow. Brad is still away. Diversification is the only free lunch in investing. But the way many investment managers sing its praises, one can’t help but wonder if its value is overstated…

Brazilian Real vs Turkish Lira, over the past year

July 13, 2009

Beat Down

I have a couple of themes on which I wanted to post, but they will most likely have to wait for later. The market, in the words of the E*Trade commercial, is issuing me a bit of a beat down today, an…

July 6, 2009

The Dollar: It’s an Overhang, not a Hangover

Few things are more confounding to economists and traders as forecasting currencies. However, as I have come to realize, the approach each group takes is very different. Economists are never wrong, o…

Dollar Index 2004 -2009

September 6, 2018

Cybersecurity
Why Cyber Conflict as an Academic Discipline Struggles to Make Its Mark in Political Science

It is easy to draw analogies between early nuclear scholarship and its cyber counterpart. However, three factors make scholarly research about cyber conflict a significantly more challenging task.

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