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Jeremy Grantham came out with his Q2 2010 letter today. Among the topics discussed are his worrying outlook on the economy, the latest financial reform bill, global warming, the stock market, and aging populations and pension costs which happens to be one of my favorite topics. Below is a small excerpt from the beginning of the newsletter. The whole newsletter is embedded below in scribd for easy viewing. The worrying news is that most European countries, led by Germany (not surprisingly in this case), are coming on more like Hoover than Keynes.More surprisingly, Britain and half of the U.S. Congress are acting sympathetically ...
wrote at the time in Business Spectator that ‘flee’ was too strong a word for what was happening – housing lending was continuing to fall in both number and value terms, but investors were continuing to borrow strongly and prop up the market. However, he did suggest that a price plateau in housing looked likely. Now, with one more month’s data to hand, what’s strange is how quiet the major papers have gone on the genuinely alarming falls in home lending. Bullish economists may have hoped that the temporary drop off in first home buyers— created by the bringing ... Read More
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