Highlights from September 2018

We had a total of 15 posts (including this one) in September 2018, the fewest since January 2018 (the month this site launched). Hopefully, October 2018 will be different and we should post more often. We will also trail a new Monthly Highlights in October. Here are highlights from September 2018,

Our three most read posts in September 2018

Currency carnage everywhere, here’s how every currency in the world has performed against the US dollar over the past year

Banks in the United States have a problem – they can’t find enough customers to lend money to

Gold, Equities or Property? Here’s how much each has returned since 1990, 2000, 2010 and since Lehman

All posts from September 2018

Do nations with balance of payments or trade surpluses really outperform those with deficits?

Australian credit growth is slowing with Investor housing credit growth slowest ever, Broad Money Supply growth slowest since the last recession 26 years ago

Currency carnage everywhere, here’s how every currency in the world has performed against the US dollar over the past year

Here’s why wages aren’t rising despite record employment and labour shortages

The Service sector increasingly dominates the U.S. labour market

Are foreign companies really acquiring UK companies at a record pace due to a weak pound?

Gold, Equities or Property? Here’s how much each has returned since 1990, 2000, 2010 and since Lehman

UK Trade Statistics for trade by each product (and split by EU and non-EU trade) plus interactive tool for trade by each country

Are major exporter countries to the United States really manipulating their currency to boost exports?

Those three U.S. recession indicators – how near or far are those from being invoked? September 2018 edition

The story of UK trade with the European Union for the last two decades

How much has really changed since 2008? Part 1 of 3

How much has really changed since 2008? Part 2 of 3

How much has really changed since 2008? Part 3 of 3

 

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