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Dan Davies
Senior Research Advisor, Frontline Analysts. Economics, finance, jokes. Warning: often a high output feed.
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Dan Davies 30m
do people really think you can trade shares for free?
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Dan Davies 56m
well, one might think he's being disingenuous but here's what he said about it:
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Dan Davies 59m
fact; nearly all species that ever evolved are extinct
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Dan Davies 1h
Can't imagine why this newspaper went bust. Did you know, every single time they printed it they spent money on ink?
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Dan Davies 1h
you mean the one you drank on purpose?
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Paddy Carter 1h
Horioka solves Feldstein-Horioka puzzle. Markets can't achieve net capital transfer btw countries w/o goods mrkt.
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Dan Davies 1h
he says it was a diplomatic formality at some conference & he doesn't regard them as his friends.
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Dan Davies 4h
like Line of Duty, that chart seems to end just when it was getting interesting...
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Dan Davies 4h
I think a) we've seen this movie dozens of times since industrial revolution b) it never ends well
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Dan Davies 4h
I don't see the company that's going to be willing to have all these robots on its balance sheet & hire them out spot.
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Dan Davies 5h
which I think we do; we know that casualisation of labour has bad effects
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Izabella Kaminska 5h
it's been about reinstituting the zero wage swing worker with no social rights. Robber baron stuff.
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Dan Davies 5h
in that case, surely the solution of banning the antisocial activity if you can't tax it makes sense?
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Dan Davies 5h
tomorrow, someone will have the job of repainting that bus
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Dan Davies 5h
as you say, nobody will rent you out a robot for $15 an hour on a spot contract. If they would I might see this differently
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Jonathan Derbyshire 5h
A risible case for Brexit based on dubious data:
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Dan Davies 5h
would seem the tax on capital which refuses to provide risk capacity ought to be much higher
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Dan Davies 5h
not sure that we should be keen on businesses pushing their volatility onto state insurance without paying premiums
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Dan Davies 5h
ballsy call
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