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Janne Dammert
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Daniela Gabor Jan 17
growth of EM ETFs as a channel for international capital flows has amplified in emerging markets.
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Janne Dammert Jan 17
ICYMI The most important part of today's Chinese data release isn't the GDP but this: "China’s birth rate dropped to a record low of 1.05 per cent in 2019" - China’s GDP grows at slowest pace in 29 years via
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Janne Dammert Jan 16
Insider trading anyone?
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Janne Dammert Jan 16
Market responses to geopolitical events 📉 - via
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Janne Dammert Jan 15
What’s next in Russia 👇🏼
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Janne Dammert Jan 14
Replying to @mikapleskinen
Kasvu ylipäänsä > muut faktorit
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Janne Dammert Jan 14
Fundamentals simply do not matter in China’s stock markets via
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Janne Dammert Jan 13
Demographics, a reminder. And Europe isn’t the only bomb, China’s one child policy consequences are coming - In charts: Europe’s demographic time-bomb  via
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Janne Dammert Jan 13
Replying to @anttironkainen
Varmasti ja varmasti olen väärässä mielipiteeni kanssa. Toisaalta en ole kaikkia ehdokkaita edes nähnyt
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Janne Dammert Jan 13
Replying to @anttironkainen
Hyvä nostalgiapläjäys mutta paras elokuva 2019, meh. Pitt ja DiCaprio tekivät hyvät suoritukset kyllä.
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Janne Dammert Jan 12
Replying to @DammertJ
8/8 One last note. Travel costs were excluded but don't expect traveling to be cheaper this year than last year.
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Janne Dammert Jan 12
Replying to @DammertJ
7/ But 3,6 % yearly inflation is almost double to the official number in Sweden. Overall not feeling that optimistic about my purchasing power in 2020.
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Janne Dammert Jan 12
Replying to @DammertJ
6/ After adding up all the monthly service fees and other expenses I got 3,6 % inflation. For food it's difficult to use actual inflation if you don't save all the receipts all year, so I used the latest official food inflation number.
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Janne Dammert Jan 12
Replying to @DammertJ
5/ 9% is quite high number. But after receiving all the yearly letters from services I use about the coming price change I wondered what might my actual inflation be. So I calculated my actual inflation.
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Janne Dammert Jan 12
Replying to @DammertJ
4/ As Cœuré mentions: "According to one survey, households believed that annual euro area inflation between 2004 and 2018 was close to 9%, when in fact it was 1.6%."
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Janne Dammert Jan 12
Replying to @DammertJ
3/ As overall housing prices have risen in eurozone faster than the official inflation it is no wonder why people feel that the inflation they experience is higher than what has the official number been (housing not the only reason)
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Janne Dammert Jan 12
Replying to @DammertJ
2/ About measuring the inflation,"Housing costs currently enter the HICP mainly through actual rentals,with a weight of just 6.5%. The costs of owner-occupied housing,by contrast, are not included even though more than 65% of households in the euro area own their main residence."
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Janne Dammert Jan 12
1/ Benoît Cœuré in his farewell speech gives his remarks on eurozone's low inflation, rethinking of ECB's price stability definition and toolkit it has. A few things to notice
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Janne Dammert Jan 12
Replying to @markkuilmari
Ja ymmärtääkseni Venäjän öljyssä on paljon laatuongelmia, joten absoluuttinen tuotantomäärä ei kerro koko totuutta
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Janne Dammert Jan 12
Quick check on has something changed in factors. Noup, growth stocks still leads the way and quality is solid
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