Hans Parisis

Dec 18, 2017
Over the coming days we will not look at the daily events as usual, but instead considering some longer-term questions.The key change of 2017 was a shift in central bank policy. Most of the world's major central banks have moved to either tighten policy in some form, or...

Dec 16, 2017
What happened over the last hours in Washington is historical, and with now the doubts about the tax cut practically out of the way, it could be helpful for investors to keep in mind that the investment environment will be impacted and there will be, mostly, positive...

Dec 14, 2017
Fed Chief Janet Yellen proved to be a triple threat since the central bank stopped its monetary tightening, signaled it would tighten again and actually moved to hike rates.

Dec 13, 2017
The Fed is trying to maintain a balance. It is not trying to weaken growth and it is not trying to lower inflation and it is not trying to destroy pricing power.

Dec 12, 2017
The casual retail investor, the cryptocurrency fanatic and the digital anarchist are unlikely to know or are unlikely to care what the financial regulators think.

Dec 11, 2017
Bitcoin’s value rests on being used as a currency, but bitcoin cannot be used for the most important transaction in any economy and the supply of cryptocurrencies can only rise and never fall, rendering it a highly dangerous store of value.

Dec 7, 2017
Betting against the cryptocurrency bubble carries almost as much risk as betting on further rising prices.

Dec 5, 2017
The issue of tax and tax competitiveness is unlikely to go away anytime soon, and may well become an issue in terms of global capital flow and global trade.

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