Didi has many meanings -

The first story I read on Bloomberg this morning was Didi Loses $22 Billion in Market Cap After China Crackdown. Later in the day I read the Shuli Ren commentary, also on Bloomberg, The Tiger Who Came to Tea — Didi-China Style...

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Kathleen Tyson - July 1, 2021

Roubini Warns on Stagflation and Spiralling Debt

I started reading Nouriel Roubini's blog on Roubini.com back in 2005. He was one of the few economists to appreciate how the boom in bad mortgage underwriting and worse mortgage securitisations with derivatives would eventually lead to a banking...

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Kathleen Tyson - June 29, 2021

Global Happiness - Mapped

The Finns are the happiest people in the world. https://www.visualcapitalist.com/mapped-global-happiness-levels-in-2021/

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Kathleen Tyson - June 25, 2021

Visualising Sovereign Debt

One of my all-time favourite graphics has been updated: The Snowball of Government Debt. Source: Visual Capitalist What this one image tells us is that only a small minority of countries 'keep their fiscal house in order'...

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Kathleen Tyson - June 21, 2021

OMFIF 'Most Read 2020': China's Dollar Pragmatism

It was a delightful surprise when my first OMFIF Commentary, China's Dollar Pragmatism, published in September, became the Most Read Commentary 2020 by the end of an eventful year. I drafted it in irritation at the increased frequency of articles...

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Kathleen Tyson - June 18, 2021

The Pacemaker.Global Vision

As the first Blog, it seems appropriate to explain the Pacemaker.Global mission. Pacemaker.Global starts with the observation that all open economies integrated with the global economy are multi-currency economies. Central...

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