Real Vision’s Ash Bennington and managing editor Ed Harrison discuss the latest developments in macro, markets, and coronavirus. They dive into the havoc wrecked on the jobs market, the continuously moving plans to reopen the US economy, and Dr. Fauci’s warning today to the US senate. They also review what’s happening in the Eurozone and which European economies may be a model for the US’s own reopening.Read More »
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Real Vision’s Ash Bennington and Managing Editor Ed Harrison discuss Raoul’s Expert View, "Global Recession – What’s Next?", which was released today. Bennington and Harrison then take a deep dive into the real economy with a special focus on the risks posed by debt deflation. The pair also talk about the reopening of the global economy with an eye toward recent events in Germany. In the intro, Jack Farley looks at a dramatic new chapter in the WeWork saga.Read More »
Ash Bennington hosts Real Vision’s Roger Hirst. Today, Bennington and Hirst explore the relationship between fundamental and technical analysis in the context of the Coronavirus crisis. The pair also discuss the role of the European Central Bank in light of the recent landmark decision by the German constitutional court.Read More »
Ash Bennington hosts Real Vision’s Managing Editor Ed Harrison to discuss recent developments in markets, macro, and the coronavirus crisis. Today, Bennington and Harrison discuss Warren Buffett and his statements at the Berkshire Hathaway Annual Shareholders Meeting, the state of the airline industry, and the risks and limitations of reopening the global economy.Read More »
Ash Bennington joins Real Vision CEO Raoul Pal for an exploration of how to find the macro signal amid the noise of economic indicators, alternative data, and confounding price action. Raoul describes an alarming pattern he’s been noticing in data on foot traffic, and gives his view on whether fiscal and monetary will be able to "paper over the cracks." Raoul and Ash then analyze the recent mortgage payment figures, and have a little bit of fun with Elon Musk’s recent antics.Read More »
Real Vision’s Managing Editor Ed Harrison sits down with Roger Hirst to discuss what’s going on in markets today. Harrison and Hirst touch on the economic numbers coming out of the U.S. and Europe, the possibility of China exporting deflation, and how the market will move forward in light of this information.Read More »
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As readers may have noticed, there have been some cosmetic changes to the layout of the website.
First and foremost, we responded to readers’ repeated requests and have finally added a mobile version of the website.
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