Below you will find the articles on economics, investing, and finance that we found most interesting for the week.
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Will non-bank lenders in the leveraged loan market have the secured interest they think they have? The FT notes history says, “No.”
The fortunes of LNG providers in the United States and Australia are diverging in favor of the Americans at current oil prices.
Even as the labor cost advantage shrinks, it’s still a long road to bring manufacturing outsourced to China back to the United States.
Are markets beginning to lose faith in Quantitative Easing (QE)? What happens when the emperor has no clothes?
Central bankers still have the power to shock. The Swiss National Bank stops buying Euros to artificially weaken the Swiss Franc, therefore, Swiss exporters cry. Of course can you really blame the SNB for not wanting to buy Euros en masse right before the ECB creates a whole bunch more of them?