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On global bond markets predicting recession, collapsing net interest margins and Sweden as the model

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This post is going to be relatively long because I am going to try to combine a number of threads together. I thought about putting this post in the investor newsletter pool. But I am going to give it a wider distribution because of the economic implications. But, look for any follow-ups via the inv...

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This post is going to be relatively long because I am going to try to combine a number of threads together. I thought about putting this post in the investor newsletter pool. But I am going to give it a wider distribution because of the economic implications. But, look for any follow-ups via the inv...

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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