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Further reading

Summary:
Elsewhere on Thursday,— Brad Setser: A few words on China’s holdings of US bonds.— How to reconcile risk sharing and market discipline in the euro area.— What’s the Hedge Ratio and what does mean for inflation-linked instruments?— Despotism is all around us: the warnings of Montesquieu.— Surveying the collateral damage from Ticketmaster and Songkick’s bloody antitrust battle.— Out of time: the fragile temporality of Carillion’s accumulation model.— The Apple cash FAQ.— Bitconnect, which has been accused of running a Ponzi scheme, shuts down.— Nintendo has announced a new cardboard-based gaming product and it looks awesome.— Wikipedia’s lamest edit wars 2018.— Google’s self-training AI turns coders into machine-learning masters.— Goldman’s no. 2 allegedly swindled out of .2m of wine by

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