Cory’s Chart Corner
- Boom-Bust repeat. History calls B.S on "it's different this time", it's always different.
h/t Jessie Felder
about 15 hours ago
- Very impressive...however, given we're a consumption led economy, robots will become just another channel of wealth… https://t.co/OcCREIZbuL
about 18 hours ago
- What determines an inverted yield curve w/QE distortions and a short end at 1.25%...does the 10 yr really have to g… https://t.co/9NEwz1H25x
about 3 days ago
- Boom-Bust repeat. History calls B.S on "it's different this time", it's always different. h/t Jessie Felder
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Daily Archives: July 2, 2013
The percentage of Canadian households that have fallen into debt of more than 250 percent of gross income has doubled during the past ten years. Here is a direct link.
Yesterday on Canada Day I shared my all time favorite film with my daughter. It has been many years since I last saw Educating Rita, but I have to say that it stands the test of time brilliantly. I was … Continue reading
Former Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Chairman Sheila Bair talks about financial regulation and U.S. banks’ exposure to an increase in interest rates. Bair, now a senior adviser to the Pew Charitable TrustsHere is a direct link.