Seite 13 der Diskussion 'Guten Morgen Mr. Bush' vom 12.02.2003 im w:o-Forum 'Wirtschaft & Politik (hist.)'. Paul Tudor Jones appears to be wrapping up in a way that smacks of Julian Robertson’s Tiger Management hedge fund liquidation in ’99. Harvard’s Martin Feldstein says asset prices are “dramatically out of line.” Credit Suisse sees analogies to the tech bubble, whereas Ned Davis Research suggests, “on a revenue basis, U.S. stocks are as expensive as they have ever been.” Chart guru ... Read the latest headlines, news stories, and opinion from Politics, Entertainment, Life, Perspectives, and more. No, S does not necessarily equal I. At the moment they are a very long way apart: (Chart from Paul Krugman via Monetary Realism. Source: FRED. US data, but a similar picture of collapsed private investment and high private saving applies in the UK too - though in the UK it is more corporate saving than domestic). By Guest Writer Grace Frenson, We spend the first quarter of our lives in the education system. How crazy is that? Nothing is more rewarding than cruising your way through college
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