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Helge J. Pedersen May 16
Negative rates in a booming economy is not really what I was taught at school
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Poul Thøis Madsen May 23
Til alle danske mainstreamøkonomer: You don't know what's happening. Do you mr. Jones?
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Frederik Engholm May 21
Ny folkeafstemn. vinder frem i begge lejre. “I recognise the genuine & sincere strength of feeling across House” said May “The govt will therefore include in the withdrawal agreement bill.. a requirement to vote on ..a 2nd referendum”
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Søren Hove Ravn 36m
Replying to @MarcusIngholt
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Jeppe Christiansen May 21
Warren Buffett has increased investments in US banks. According to the most recent annual report, more than 40% of Buffett’s stock portfolio is now bank stocks, with Wells Fargo and Bank of America being the largest.
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🇩🇰♥️ Denmark My Home ♥️🇩🇰 May 20
Many Danish companies rely on their foreign skilled employees to run their businesses
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Søren Toft May 20
US stocks fall sharply as US-China trade war escalates via
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Søren Have May 21
Interesting research suggesting that when (US car) commuters estimate travel time themselves they value reliability over time savings. But opposite if travel time is measured.
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Henrik Jensen Dec 20
On the Home front, Danish monetary policy in 2018 has lived up to its 30+ year fixed exchange-rate policy. Well, one continuously observable goal also makes measurement of success, and policy intervention, somewhat easier than active stabilization policy.
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Helge J. Pedersen May 9
Denmark's current account surplus is still solid. However, the trade war takes it's toll on the income from sea transportation (services).
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Søren Toft May 17
Why China will resist dumping US Treasuries in retaliation via
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Helge J. Pedersen May 7
Danish manufacturing production seems unaffected by the trade war. Good news which shows the importance of having a well diversified economy
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Bikash Saikia May 3
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Erfan Mar 27
Stop being so hostile to foreign professionals, Denmark. You need us!
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Frederik Engholm May 15
Flere positive nyheder fra handelskrigen i dag: Trea­sury Sec­re­tary Mnuchin said U.S. ne­go­tia­tors likely to travel to Bei­jing soon to con­tinue ne­go­ti­a­tions + trade dis­putes with two other trad­ing part­ners close to be­ing re­solved
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M_DataScience Apr 3
Danish companies love their immigrant skilled workers and are highly supportive of them. Why? Because they fill the job positions which have been extremely difficult for companies to find the right candidate.
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Jan Størup Nielsen May 14
DKK continues to weaken against the EUR with EUR/DKK now trading above 7.468. It has only been this high a few times since the introduction of the euro. The Danish central bank will most likely start to intervene around this level.
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Neural AI May 9
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Søren Toft May 17
US announces six-month reprieve on car tariffs via
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Morten Nielsen Feb 8
Concerns about layoffs in China seem exaggerated imo - really think they would "allow" this to happen?
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