Reflections on 2014 As a behaviourally focused economics publication we have been very quiet and inactive during 2014. A year of reflection and introspection, however, we are ready to resume service, with vigour. And what better way to start than with a reflective piece and thoughts on the biggest risk we believe are developing under … Continue reading Thoughts on 2014 – Moral Hazard PLUS – Part 1
The changing way labour and skills markets operate and are being disrupted by on-line exchanges and cloud computing 'enablement' technologies
We decided to summarise our learning from 2011 into two brief thoughts: The pains and strains of the economic sovereign debt melt-down in 2011, should stand us in good stead to deal with even more debt and sovereign strain in 2012, as More and Bigger Europe continue to miss the point; this being … Continue reading Our Lessons from 2011
Today we are reposting a blog article originally posted in April 2010. We believe the sentiments are still valid and should resonate across the various crises we are experiencing currently. Please click on the link below: https://themarketsoul.com/2010/04/25/221/ theMarketSoul © 2011 Related articles Synthesizers wanted...to cross the crises divide... (themarketsoul.com) How industries react to crises (scripting.com)
Peak Debt is in essence the point at which a sovereign nation reaches its maximum indebtedness and cannot afford to service the debt anymore, thus prompting a reduction in the debt (principal). So, Europe proved yesterday with the uplift of the EFSF (European Financial Stability Fund) from its current base of €440bn to €1tr (boosting … Continue reading Peak Debt – What Peak Debt?
Commentary on the new powers and tools of the Bank of England as announced by George Osborne during his first Mansion House address