For many years now, Quantitative Easing and a focus on (paper-based) Growth have characterised the response to the crisis, leading to some sort of recovery if one simply looks at asset valuation. But this recovery is also jobless and, as such, unstable. Why jobless?
Monday 24 September 2012
By Denis Wallez on Monday 24 September 2012, 14:01
Monday 13 August 2012
By Denis Wallez on Monday 13 August 2012, 22:52
How to value 'users' who are not 'consumers'?
Sunday 20 May 2012
By Denis Wallez on Sunday 20 May 2012, 17:19
Friday 11 May 2012
By Denis Wallez on Friday 11 May 2012, 19:40
D'après nos chers traders et autres économistes qui n'ont rien vu venir de la crise, "ça paraît normal qu'un pays ne dépense pas plus que ce qu'il a." Sauf que...
Saturday 3 March 2012
By Denis Wallez on Saturday 3 March 2012, 14:41
Once all jobs are performed by robots, and once capitalism and anti-taxes lobbies made the robot producers rich and all others left with nothing, how will we live?
Saturday 4 February 2012
By Denis Wallez on Saturday 4 February 2012, 17:22
Sunday 14 February 2010
By Denis Wallez on Sunday 14 February 2010, 13:40
Wall St. helped Greece to mask debt... Regulation is blocked in Congress... and the population want services for free. Where do you start a reform?
Thursday 17 December 2009
By Denis Wallez on Thursday 17 December 2009, 21:14
You might want to read them... even if you read the entries in November.
Saturday 28 November 2009
By Denis Wallez on Saturday 28 November 2009, 22:21
Governments pledged financial reform. Where is it?
Saturday 7 November 2009
By Denis Wallez on Saturday 7 November 2009, 16:53
The (now) Chartered Institute for Securities & Investments has published a "position paper" on the core principles for a bonus policy.
Tuesday 15 September 2009
By Denis Wallez on Tuesday 15 September 2009, 23:20
In spite of the outrage, limiting compensation for bankers will be hard. The question is: on which ground do you select the population having compensation cap vs. the population not having them? This is not just a pedantic question.
Sunday 13 September 2009
By Denis Wallez on Sunday 13 September 2009, 08:23
Increasing the capital requirements for banks seems a good idea and is favoured by both the U.S. and the U.K. It might be laughable, given "Basel II" is not applied hence previous improvements to capital rules have not been reality-checked yet. The main worry though simply comes from the fact that changing the rules is riskier than it seems.
Thursday 4 June 2009
By Denis Wallez on Thursday 4 June 2009, 08:48
Tuesday 19 May 2009
By Denis Wallez on Tuesday 19 May 2009, 23:52
Vive la suite du débat !
Friday 24 April 2009
By Denis Wallez on Friday 24 April 2009, 23:22
Vive le débat !
Wednesday 15 April 2009
By Denis Wallez on Wednesday 15 April 2009, 22:40
ou petit rappel sur la valeur d'usage des investissements
Thursday 19 March 2009
By Denis Wallez on Thursday 19 March 2009, 22:11
A crisis does not stop existing because you stop reporting it...
Wednesday 18 March 2009
By Denis Wallez on Wednesday 18 March 2009, 22:34
The next summit is planned to propose regulatory lessons from the crisis. Ideas took some time to appear in the open, however two recent reports in Europe might constitute a base for future discussion.
Wednesday 4 March 2009
By Denis Wallez on Wednesday 4 March 2009, 00:31
Réglementation saine? Plus de réglementation? Réforme des institutions? Le G20 a un problème sérieux: redonner confiance aux marchés par un changement de lois, quand les lois n'ont pas rempli leur rôle.
Tuesday 3 March 2009
By Denis Wallez on Tuesday 3 March 2009, 00:09
Valuing banks and employees of the financial sector.
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