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Toby Nangle
Londoner. Fund manager. Tweeting in a non-work capacity.
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Toby Nangle 3h
Apparently Hornsy & Wood Green (voted 75% Remain) CLP mandated to vote against People’s Vote. Corbynistas gonna Corbyn.
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Toby Nangle 9h
How are you arriving at your list George?
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Toby Nangle 9h
Replying to @t0nyyates
Usually hard to discern sarcasm from you over Twitter Tony. But not this time.
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Toby Nangle 9h
Replying to @toby_n
It’s not immediately clear whether this is because, years ago, they established boundaries by dividing countries into quartiles & ran from then.
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Toby Nangle 9h
Replying to @toby_n
There are 34 low, 47 lower-middle, 56 upper-middle, and 80 high income countries.
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Toby Nangle 9h
Replying to @toby_n
Ok, getting confused now by the World Bank classification between diff income countries now.
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Toby Nangle 9h
Replying to @toby_n
Basically, the ones in red an never be DM unless they make changes to availability of instruments (eg, onshore access to all, equally + a fully open capital account).
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Toby Nangle 9h
Replying to @toby_n
And here’s prospective impact on members by availability of instrument.
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Toby Nangle 9h
Replying to @toby_n
And they prospective one (replacing competitive landscape with availability of instruments).
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Toby Nangle 10h
Replying to @toby_n
Thx for replies. Here is the current MSCI framework for distinguishing between DM & EM.
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Toby Nangle 10h
Replying to @MichaelfAdam
I think that’s right from an MSCI angle. (Which may be the answer I’m looking for.)
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Toby Nangle 10h
What was the last EM to become unambiguously DM? Portugal?
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Toby Nangle Sep 22
Replying to @toby_n
Impasse on WA is on NI border alone, no?
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Toby Nangle Sep 22
BrExpertTwitter - just to be clear, choosing Can++ vs Chequers does nothing to solve the impasse on WA, right? Just impasse on the fluffy accompanying political statement?
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Toby Nangle Sep 21
Replying to @t0nyyates
This would be good information 16 chapters ago.
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Toby Nangle Sep 21
Replying to @t0nyyates
Am on Ch16 of Coll’s Directorate S for mirror reasons.
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Toby Nangle Sep 20
Replying to @TheStalwart
The is run by Rise. They had a list a while back of UK economics folk on Twitter powered by social velocity. Was equally weird list.
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Toby Nangle Sep 20
Typically gripping political reporting by but wow, what a photo!
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Toby Nangle Sep 20
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Toby Nangle Sep 20
Tfw you’ve started building a (simplified) scenario-planning binomial decision tree for Brexit & realise that it leads to 16,384 end nodes.
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