The euro turned 20 years old on January 1st, much to the relief of the citizens who adopted it, but to the surprise of some economists who’ve been predicting a euro break-up for years. So what’s next for the euro?
How electricity could become a tradeable commodity
Could electricity become an easily tradeable commodity that countries could exchange in real time? Progress is being made towards building an EU grid that would eliminate geographical constraints and distribute energy around the continent. Here’s ...
German elections won’t affect markets as much as China will. European natural gas, carbon permits, and power rising to record levels with little signs in any letdown. Euro area surveys are deteriorating, demand is ...
We end Q3 this week and prepare for Q4 by looking at the current macro markets—there is a lot of reshuffling happening around energy and industrials. Countries want to control supply chain led inflation—especially China—and ...
LVMH: the success story of Bernard Arnault, the richest man in the world
Bernard Arnault and his family recently surpassed Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk to have the world’s biggest fortune. What is the story behind his success and why is LVMH (Hennessy Louis Moët Vuitton) doing so well?
Swiss Stocks: record high for the SMI could just be the beginning
A newfound interest in defensive growth stocks has contributed, among other things, to a soaring Swiss Market Index (SMI). The SMI is a quality stocks trade, with potential for a softer swiss franc to juice the gains ...
Needless to say, it has been a very weird year for the industry. As some of you may know, watch marketing goes a lot through tradeshows, and most were cancelled this year. Partly due to this, many watch releases were pushed to 2021.
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