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China’s ‘weaponising’ Treasuries, automatic stabilizers, and investing versus losing money at WeWork

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Treasuries as a political weaponIf you don't have the right model of the economy and markets in your head, you can lose lots of money. Case in point is 'The Widowmaker Trade' in Japan where speculators misunderstood the limits of monetary freedom enjoyed by the Bank of Japan and the Japanese govern...

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Treasuries as a political weapon
If you don't have the right model of the economy and markets in your head, you can lose lots of money. Case in point is 'The Widowmaker Trade' in Japan where speculators misunderstood the limits of monetary freedom enjoyed by the Bank of Japan and the Japanese govern...

Edward Harrison
I am a former European credit markets and M&A guy who started out as a diplomat. — so I have some pretty diverse interests.

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