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This season of goodwill impairment, give them something to value
Some bad things happened and they’re not going to happen again, maybe, hopefully
The Managed Fund Association bravely stands up for its members
The Crogh flies (away)
Why aren’t they getting spent?
Did price-gouging really contribute meaningfully to inflation?
DJ Ponzi; UK courts; George Santos; hot rocks; Eric Adams; FDIC fallout; André 3000; etc
Your Honour . . .
Nixon: bad, actually
Hello unintended consequences!
The Sphere; insurance; Gwyneth Paltrow; wage theft; Winston Churchill’s mum; “squirle”; etc
Colombian hippos; Zambia; SBF; unmanned aerial flamethrowers; AI; Senate fistfight; etc
No, BlackRock is not creating a iShares XRP fund
Not an understatement
Or too little ado about Sahmthing?
Did Kenny G call the top?
The father, the sun, and the holey business plan
It’s getting weird out there
An immodest proposal
The anti-Albert Edwards
The pound still looks vulnerable
Swaps; wages; the Oman Ghana Trust Fund; China; Kentucky; streaming; Wrexha-delphia; etc
Not really. But if you wanted to, it’d be pretty easy
It’s all about the Benjamins
What happens in Lagos stays in Lagos
If this dog were an option, would it be exercised?
Crypto crime; vapourware; olive oil; ETFs; AT1s; group chats; self-help; AI FM; conspiracies; Dorries; and climbing frames
Hitting the history books for comparisons
Well that boycott didn’t last long!
If so, it’s an interesting call
Spanish flats; short sellers; FTX’s shitcoin; Nvidia Island; office politics; Kit-Kats; expensive restaurants; and farewell Omegle
But it’s probably not that big a problem for UK landlords, says Morgan Stanley
Always. But it’s now possible to imagine them getting better.
Or, how to make enemies and annoy (the right) people