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The danger that WeWork poses

Shellacking the retail investor I am glad WeWork is in the headlines these days, since I told you in May that I see it going to zero eventually. Now, I've been sanguine about a so-called bubble in these unicorns for a number of years. And…

Ever closer union and euroscepticism

I haven't written about Brexit in months now, largely because it has become so unpredictable that I have had nothing to say. After we saw the delay that I predicted in December, the whole affair has just had too many moving parts to know…

Why my base case for 2020 is recession

Back at the end of July, I was talking about my macro thesis. And I led off writing this: The US is the laggard in this slowing but is affected as well. From a markets perspective, that means a convergence to zero, with yield curves…

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