Combining Fiscal Policy and Monetary Policy (w/ Lucrezia Reichlin)

Combining Fiscal Policy and Monetary Policy (w/ Lucrezia Reichlin)

ED HARRISON: Lucrezia Reichlan, it’s very good to talk to you here on Real Vision. We are, I think, at a critical moment in Europe right now in terms of policy. I want to talk to you about what’s going on in Europe but also about what you’ve been doing in terms of forecasting policy

Bank of Korea to monitor financial markets on U.S.-Iran standoff

Bank of Korea to monitor financial markets on U.S.-Iran standoff

meanwhile the Bank of Korea pointed out there’s a possibility of increased volatility in the local financial and foreign exchange market due to the u.s. Iran standoff after a meeting Wednesday to gauge the possible impact of the Middle East tensions the BOK Val to monitor the situation around the clock but added many analysts

Paid Post: From Garbage to Gold: Tales of the e-waste pioneers

Paid Post: From Garbage to Gold: Tales of the e-waste pioneers

In 2018 we produced 50m tonnes of electronic waste globally, a figure that’s set to soar.. There are around 25-50 billion internet-connected devices on the planet today amounting to several devices per person.  The amount of raw materials needed to create enough devices to fulfil demand is set to double over the next four decades. Extracting these materials

Will Central Bank Liquidity Be the Next Recession Catalyst? (w/ Danielle DiMartino Booth)

Will Central Bank Liquidity Be the Next Recession Catalyst? (w/ Danielle DiMartino Booth)

DANIELLE DIMARTINO BOOTH: Hello, I am Danielle DiMartino Booth. Happy to be back on Real Vision. Since the last time I was on, I have founded a new company called Quill Intelligence. We produce a daily newsletter called The Daily Feather and it’s already garnered a cult following. Rolled out right after Memorial Day, and

🔴 The History of Italy’s Broken Banking System (w/ Steve Diggle & Grant Williams)

🔴 The History of Italy’s Broken Banking System (w/ Steve Diggle & Grant Williams)

GRANT WILLIAMS: Italy is a spectacular country, rich in history and culture. But its economy is struggling, and its place at the heart of the European Union is under threat. Between the current populist uprising and the country’s fragile banking system, that threat suddenly looks very real. To try and get a better understanding of

Why the Trends of Income Inequality & Redistribution of Wealth Could Reverse (w/ Trevor Noren)

Why the Trends of Income Inequality & Redistribution of Wealth Could Reverse (w/ Trevor Noren)

TREVOR NOREN: My name is Trevor Noren. I’m the Managing Director at 13D Global Research and Strategy. I cover disruptive innovation and contribute weekly to our flagship publication, What I Learned this Week. Yeah, at 13D, our focus is not just providing our clients with actionable investment advice, but also providing the predictive frameworks that

Gold’s Rise and the Dollar’s Demise (w/ Rick Rule)

Gold’s Rise and the Dollar’s Demise (w/ Rick Rule)

RICK RULE: My name is Rick Rule. I run the US business for Sprott Inc., a Canadian domiciled and listed company that manages investments in the natural resources and precious metals business worldwide. The US dollar’s relative strength I think is the most important determinant of precious metals prices. There are many factors of course

The Financial System Is Broken (w/ Jeff Snider)

The Financial System Is Broken (w/ Jeff Snider)

JEFF SNIDER: My name is Jeff Snider. I work for Alhambra Investments. I’m the head of global research there. It’s a registered investment advisor based out of Florida. What I do is, as the head of global research, is I focus in on the monetary mechanics, the plumbing, so to speak, behind what actually goes

Curbing death by overwork in Japan | FT

Curbing death by overwork in Japan | FT

Japan’s reputation for hard work is well deserved. The OECD says Japan’s sleep deficit is among the worst in the world. And, according to labour groups, overtime routinely takes Japanese workers above the potentially deadly 100 hours a month mark. What’s more the situation is actually getting worse. When the survey was conducted in 2014