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Tesla, inflation, stablecoins, aphrodisiac fungus, crap housing, bad bears and acid house
Solutions in search of problems, trade-tech edition
But loses Westminster
The M&A playbook of warped incentives, rent extraction and creative accounting is overdue a rewrite
Barclays huffs, puffs, and blows The Hut down again
The US airline is buying back bonds and ordering new planes, while still lacking the people needed to fly them
How a financial market rumour takes off, and why further disruption in the US’s LNG exports could be likelier than most think
Hooray, it’s a no-profit warning
Turns out proximity to power brings scrutiny
There but for the grace of common sense go we
A failed rights issue in Italy highlights some big uncertainties
A timely global outage for the no-longer-$44bn valued blue bird
Coffin building, Chinese banking, yachts, tax cuts and British inequality
Arm wrestling, Glassdoor, Scaramucci, sharks, crypto theft, career dropouts and Sebastian Schipper’s Victoria (2015)
Fans, China, Amazon, Elon, Zahawi, birds and football
More crypto layoffs, pricey texts, crawdads, AMC bulls, Montana real estate, China property, etc.
“Institutions deemed too big to fail have a nasty habit of testing the theory”
Celsius, DeFi, spy doorbells, Nietzsche, Doom and the terrible economics of news subscriptions
The biggest Fed hike since Volcker is being priced as a possibility in the bond market
Twitter, crypto, Texas, Krugman, dealers, CZ, Celsius, etc.
Trust-based systems might not endure the attentions of block-busting regulators
Forecasts make clear that households must be heroes if recession is to be avoided
A euro’s worth about a buck. Now what?
Ackman, 3AC, home sales, dockers, DeepMind and Croydon
The first casualty of war is an unrestricted passenger view
Blame fickle shareholders, says biggest shareholder
Deciphering the mixed signals of monetary policy
Exploring new frontiers in uninformed trading flow
Twitter, Uber, Nick Train, FBI, PE, VCs, DeFi and ants
Who could have guessed that Elon wouldn’t follow through?
The outsized output of foreign-owned companies in the UK
A City veteran bids farewell to London’s Russian finance houses
A tale of alleged crypto sinners, victims, or possibly both
Labour, Tories, Celsians, secret police, finfluencers, etc
Attempts to regulate algorithmic trading strategies should be a salutary lesson for the autonomous car lobby
Stretching to read the market’s tea leaves for good news.
Chaotic politics vs tranquil markets