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Chartfest: 1 August 2021

Americas – US Central America Unemployment US Dollar and US Twin Deficits Fed Fund Futures   S&P Sectors and Industries – July 2021   US Population Demographics   US Employment & Earnings by Sector 2019 – 2020 US 15 Year Fixed Rate Mortgages US Core Capex US Carbon Capture Projects   US Coal Mines  

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Weekend Links: 24-25 July, 2021

Across the Yarra, 1931, Clarice Beckett, National Gallery of Victoria   Macro & Markets Why there is no solution to our age of crisis without China – New Statesman The aftermath of sovereign debt crises – VoxEU The long-run effects of pandemics on inflation: Why this time may be different – VoxEU Don’t worry about

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China has lost Australia

Anyone wondering why the Liberal-National Federal Government did a U-turn on Australia’s relations with China over recent years?  Wonder why Australians still aren’t enamoured with the ALP opposition, despite a government coming across as misogynist, incompetent, and prone to pandering to the whims of corporate Australia and the 1%? Ironically, the barely concealed CCP propagandist

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Weekend Links 1-2 May, 2021

‘Summertime, Broken Bay’ 1926, James Muir Auld, Art Gallery of NSW   Macro & Markets Biden’s plans are ‘once in a lifetime’ chance to end global tax abuse, says OECD boss – Guardian Fed Should Start Tapering, But It Won’t – Bloomberg Next up for Fed’s Powell and the taper test: ‘string’ theory – Reuters