Month: January 2015

Greek debt and the Eurozone

http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/44c56806-a556-11e4-ad35-00144feab7de.html#ixzz3Q2fb5OsN Dear Martin, Look at the increasingly rationalized and automated world-class capabilities of the German economy, there should be no contest that it will continue to grow and grow at the expense of other European economies who have no way to defend themselves and no mechanism to achieve similar productivity and, vitally so, scale. All …

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Event that defined 2014

What seems to me to be the key event of 2014 is the unraveling of the oil myth. The rise of the US as a major oil producer has created a glut. Plus, while low oil has put on hold many initiatives both in shale and in alternative energies, their companies and technologies will bristle …

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