Category: Financial Markets

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Financial Markets

Are bubbles inevitable?

What have we learned from history? A new paper finds a general class of economic models with dividend-paying assets in which asset price bubbles arise in all equilibria.

Financial Markets

What is Finternet?

In a recent BIS paper the concept of Finternet was put forth as a visionary shift towards a more interconnected and technologically advanced financial system.

Financial Markets

The role of corporate debt in financial crises

Brand new study reveals that, contrary to previous understanding, the dynamics of corporate debt play a crucial role in driving the boom-bust growth cycles traditionally attributed to household debt. Plus updated information on the 2024 global credit outlook.

Financial Markets

On global capital allocation

Recent trends in global capital allocation and which financial measures better predict capital flows.

Financial Markets

Assessing crypto risk

What are the similarities and differences between stablecoins and Money Market Funds. IMF proposes a framework to assess and track systemic risks stemming from crypto assets.

Financial Markets

Narratives and financial market crashes

Brand new research highlights how media propagate narratives that can lead to stock market volatility and crashes.

Financial Markets

Cryptos, Libertarianism, and Twitter

Interesting new research disproves many of the common narratives about crypto investors.

Financial Markets

Two bank failures in one week!

Silvergate Bank and SVB collapsed last week in the US. A regulatory failure?

Financial Markets

On safe assets

New research on the safe-asset shortage and the convenience yields and exchange rate disconnect.

Financial Markets

Stock markets and capital misallocation

New research on how investors’ sentiment-driven demand and liquidity needs lead to capital misallocation across firms.

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