Tag: GDP growth

Seeking Safety in the Frontier

Historically, Emerging and Frontier markets may have been associated with instability, volatility and a lack of certainty. However, today many emerging economies are actually less volatile than developed ones, enjoy SUBSTANTIALLY lower levels of debt and far better fiscal accounts. In fact, although Zimbabwe recently announced it had only $217

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Flying Money – Where It All Began

China circa 1100… This was a time when commerce was booming, life was grand and the Chinese economy was expanding rapidly. I don’t know the figures but by all historical accounts real GDP was going through the roof. Alternating crops on the land, irrigating and fertilising with manure – in

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