Okay the Bank for International Settlements relents and let's slip about its insecurity on threats from the onslaught of noise from the cryptocurrency corner in a new publication it has titled "looking beyond the hype".
Right up front, here we go:
"They [ cryptocurrencies ] garner attention because th...
The last week of market madness [LINK] should be a stark reminder to all of us that  Donald Trump may not be the reason for the market highs [LINK] (nothing unexpected there) and  as a community, we haven't learned too much since the Global Financial Crisis. The good old saying for bubbles, wh...
Papers on disruptive technology or the companies that are researching and developing such novel ideas are abundant, especially in the Fintech domain, but papers on how there is also a shift in the way these companies are being valued is well, umm quite an interesting read.
A new paper from the Bank for International Settlements on "Endogenous Wage Indexation and Aggregate Shocks" finds empirical evidence that there is considerable time variation in the degree of wage indexation and past inflation.
More information on the BIS whitepaper can be found here [LINK].
The research paper on The Changing Shape of the Interest Rate Derivative Markets in 2016 by Ehlers and Eren is an interesting read. It clearly evidences the Interest Rate Derivative market has massively grown since the global financial crisis of 2007, more can be found here [LINK].