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The Case for the World Economy's Defense Is Made as Stocks Swoon

Economists make astrologers look good, John Kenneth Galbraith once said. In the 1960s, Paul Samuelson congratulated stock investors on predicting nine of the last five recessions. Academics can once again sharpen the snark as markets January swoon ... Bloomberg, 2 weeks ago
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The Bezzle-Fueled Boom in Corporate Credit

Economist John Kenneth Galbraith has written many words we should all read, but one in particular is proving especially relevant as cracks in the credit markets continue to spread. That word is bezzle. It describes the period in which an embezzler ...
 Bloomberg2 months ago There's Been a Bezzle-fueled Boom in Bonds  Bloomberg2 months ago There's Been a Bezzle-fuelled Boom in Bonds  Yahoo! 7 Finance2 months ago
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Asian Development Bank and IMF Singing Philippines Praises

Economic forecasting is always difficult. The American economist John Kenneth Galbraith famously said we have two sorts of forecasters: those who don't know and those who don't know they don't know. Yet, while some sceptics assert that economic ...
 Economy Watch2 weeks ago Students' economic predictions humble professionals on The Business again  ABC Online2 months ago
Canberra Times

2016: buckle up and hang on

The economist John Kenneth Galbraith famously said: "Pundits forecast not because they know, but because they are asked." Which is exactly the position I find myself in. Caitlin Fitzsimmons, editor of Money, asked me about my expectations of ...
 Canberra Times1 month ago Motley Fool: fearless investing predictions for 2016  MyInforms1 month ago
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John Addis

INTELLIGENT INVESTOR Should we worry about a China crash? Chinese leaders are trying to transition from an investment to a consumption-led model. The big question is "how". INTELLIGENT INVESTOR Is Myer a takeover target, again? John Addis ...
 Sydney Morning Herald2 days ago

Undercover

Bruce Riedel’s comment that although BN Mullik, India’s Intelligence chief, wouldn’t give President Kennedy credit for providing aid during the 1962 Sino-Indian war, ‘he did give Nehru credit for asking for it’ reveals his ...
 Open Magazine2 days ago

Clash of the titans

Kennedy and Nehru step outJFK's Forgotten Crisis: Tibet, the CIA and the Sino-Indian War. By Bruce Riedel. Brookings Institution Press; 256 pages; $29.IN THE autumn of 1962 Chinese troops invaded Indian-held territory, attacking across the ...
 Latest Nigerian News.com1 month ago The unpalatable story of a lost war  Asian Age17 hours ago Book review: JFK's Forgotten Crisis is comprehensive, well-written  Hindustan Times1 day ago The Month the Earth Stood Still: JFK's Forgotten Crisis  Wharton1 month ago

John Lothian Newsletter: Chi-X Global sells Asian units to JC Flowers; Michael Bloomberg exploring US presidential bid; Talk of Fed policy error grows

First Read NextGen Market Training By Doug Ashburn and Jim Kharouf JLN The long-standing tradition of bringing young students into the industry to learn all of the ins and outs of the business continued last Friday at Trading Technologies .
 John Lothian Newsletter2 weeks ago

The man who held the mandate of heaven

The Kennedy Administration lost the Vietnam War by ousting South Vietnam's president, Ngo Dinh Diem in 1963. Geoffrey Shaw On November 1, 1963, generals of the South Vietnamese army staged a coup. On the next day, All Souls Day, President ...
 Education News2 months ago

OPINION: 'Dark Money' unwinds the tentacles of the 'Kochtopus'

Feb. 13 --The most important book of the 2016 political year isn't Marco Rubio's "An American Son," or Ted Cruz's "A Time for Truth," or any of Hillary Clinton's books or even "The Art of the Deal," which Donald Trump modestly admits is second only ...
 Equities.com23 hours ago
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