Although, hopefully, they’re choosing CEOs and board members who are right for that stage of a company’s lifecycle.
It was sound advice, as the monetary turmoil of some two decades later demonstrated. Losing control over inflation is politically and economically damaging
Mars is a hostile terrain, even more so than Australia was for the First Fleet. Growing food in that atmosphere is going to be tough.
Not to be deterred, ECB President Christine Lagarde is now calling it a ‘hump’ — whatever that means.
As you can imagine, that makes it a pretty important product in global food supply chains. Something that is now at risk of leading to rising costs.
Fortunately, with the little insight we have, it doesn't look like that is the case right now. Here is the current list of proposed recommendations and the government responses, summarised by the AFR:
It was an event that was meant to set the stage for the world’s energy transition towards net zero by 2050.
In today’s Money Morning…lies, damned lies, and inflation numbers…the problem…the debate…the takeaway…and more…
One writer from The Times in London even predicted that all things equal, in 50 years every street in London would be covered under nine feet of manure.
You could do this with many charts right now from large-cap stocks to commodities, through to property prices.