Via Bloomberg Toby Nangle is a fund manager at Columbia Threadneedle Investments, who also happens to be fascinated with the question of how money and banking really work.
Modern technology enables stock markets to be faster and more complex than ever. But while the speed of order executions are infinitely more impressive across the board, the conceptual backbone behind the stock market itself hasn’t changed much. In fact, […]
I think the most important thing that’s going on in the financial markets today is we are having a cyclical rebound in the economy. I don’t think it’s too much to say that that’s happening globally, and it’s happening globally […]
Published on Apr 13, 2017 About the Subject The Broadway hit “Hamilton: An American Musical” has sparked unprecedented interest in Alexander Hamilton’s life and created a community of fans that bridges all demographics and ages, many of whom now swarm […]
Mention Libor – an acronym for the London interbank offered rate – and even bankers’ eyes are likely to glaze over. In “The Spider Network: The Wild Story of a Math Genius, a Gang of Backstabbing Bankers, and One of […]
The American economy and the industries that power it have experienced fascinating change over the last half century. An interesting way to track that change is by following the largest, most powerful companies in the United States has they make […]
Arbitration tribunals are buried in thousands of trade treaties, linking more than 179 countries. Called Investor-State Dispute Settlements, or ISDS, these tribunals allow private corporations to sue sovereign nations if they believe terms of a treaty were violated. In 2010, […]