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RT @LawDavF: While the focus is on the land war we need to look at the problems created by the blockade of Ukrainian ports. My latest post…

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RT @S_Gasperin: @francelenzi @adam_tooze Indeed, it's essentially driven by the dynamics of the Current Account, reflecting 1) the progress…

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RT @JRaghunath2: Chartbook #122: What drives inflation? , by @adam_tooze adamtooze.substack.com/p/chartbook-12…

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RT @danalkay: Wenn ihr #Habermas Essay in der @sz aufgrund der Paywall nicht lesen konntet, findet ihr hier einen starken Sekundärtext mit…

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RT @CameronGarrett_: As the Bank of England warns of "apocalyptic" food prices, new research from @IpsosUK / @SkyNews shows due to the cost…

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RT @anders_e: Intressant av @adam_tooze om Jürgen Habermas och debatten i Tyskland efter den ryska invasionen av Ukraina. https://t.co/Hp1W…

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RT @jschmittwdc: Echoing @joshbivens_DC's analysis for the US, @adam_tooze notes: "In the eurozone too, unit profits have made a far larger…

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RT @GeorgeDibb: Really important piece from @adam_tooze on what's driving inflation and the (low) prospects of a wage-price-spiral https:…

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RT @carmen_dege: VERY grateful for @adam_tooze’s careful evaluation of German politics through the lens of Habermas’s recent intervention.…

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US shale oil companies are enjoying a cash bonanza of c. $180bn of free cash flow — operating income minus capital and maintenance outflows — this year as crude prices soar and capital spending remains contained. No more debt-fueled drilling sprees. ft.com/content/84e228… https://t.co/gqGzFwqpVL

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Backdrop to China’s sharp slowdown is credit growth that stubbornly refuses to accelerate, despite policy tweaks (such as reduction of banks’ reserve requirements) & jawboning from the authorities. Growth in total social financing (TSF) remains flat & slow ft.com/content/850a6f… https://t.co/Ceqy0dLbV1

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Nayib Bukele, El Salvador’s president, left, with his golden scale model of a planned crypto-funded Bitcoin City ft.com/content/3e0a65… https://t.co/ZdIZVdSMO8

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"“On average, a government will destroy their currency every 27 years,” Michael Sonnenshein, chief executive at crypto investment firm Grayscale, said at an FT event in late April.” Fascinating the role that history is playing in statements like this! ft.com/content/3e0a65… https://t.co/CS2AiPhE25

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William George Mitchell is an English sculptor, artist and designer. He is best known for his large scale concrete murals and public works of art from the 1960s and 1970s. stylingandsalvage.com/2013/08/willia… https://t.co/wsSe7VUkEs

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Crisis-hit Sri Lanka is down to its last day of petrol, the newly-elected prime minister Ranil Wickremesinghe said livemint.com/news/world/sri… https://t.co/BrkQ9jJu6i

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In terms of a new Lombard Street, this is likely to be as much as we’re going to get, and more than we were expecting. @dsquareddigest in @FTAlphaville on landmark @BIS_org markets cttee working group report ft.com/content/57d2bf… https://t.co/nhasicxzbU

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Italy international investment position has swung net positive! A remarkable and highly ambiguous symptom of state of Italian economy and international investor interest! ft.com/content/4b7e56… https://t.co/HlWbJNjt7P

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“My understanding is there’s very strong outflow out of some stablecoins, but some inflow into other stablecoins. All of that is suggesting it’s time for stablecoins to really become stable,” said Tobias Adrian ft.com/content/db9c3f… https://t.co/yFu87bfpLj

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RT @defnotstefka: "How little we can afford to make any concessions to the fossil fuel lobby right now, is illustrated by the recent batch…

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“little fires everywhere syndrome” @elerianm multiplying country cases of economic and financial instability can merge into a bigger, more dangerous combination of damaged global growth, debt defaults, and social, political and geopolitical instability. ft.com/content/099cf5… https://t.co/Bgr4stXnPK

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RT @JeremyCliffe: Central to that Baerbock-Habeck project has been rethinking Germany’s political economy for new geopolitical and energy r…

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RT @JeremyCliffe: (The backdrop for all this commentary is the strong Green result at Sunday’s state election in North Rhine-Westphalia, Ge…

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@TheAnnaGat @made_in_cosmos @interintellect_ Hate to break it to you … this early in the am.

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@TheAnnaGat @made_in_cosmos @interintellect_ Id love to know!

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RT @JASanahuja: Lúcido @adam_tooze en su comentario a Habermas sobre los dilemas de 🇩🇪 y 🇪🇺 en una guerra que Ucrania no puede perder, pero…

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RT @NewLeftEViews: B/w 1995 and 2015, Tokyo and London experienced a similar rate of population growth, 14.3% and 18.6% respectively. But t…

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RT @triofrancos: @jamiemartin2 @IanMalcolm10 @Harvard_Press @adam_tooze @DEHEdgerton @TaraZahra1 congrats!

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@crossbordercap interesting. You don’t mean sanctions do you? You mean the Fed’s stance as a whole?

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At present markets are saying that inflation from 2027 to 2032 will be below 2.5%, in both the US and Germany. One last chance for a cheap inflation hedge says @johnauthers bloomberg.com/opinion/articl… https://t.co/w3QJVHH05z

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The palm oil export ban calmed the mood in Indonesia but set alarm bells ringing in Pakistan where the gov formed a task force to address veg oil crisis. ft.com/content/b1753a… https://t.co/JK9mmMA8RF

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The share of restricted products in the world food trade measured in calories has surged to 17 per cent, the same level seen during the 2007-08 food and energy crisis and far more extensive than during COVID. ft.com/content/b1753a… https://t.co/CgPZvvOd87

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The fact that the news about Indian wheat export ban moved prices as much as it did is, given modest size of Indian wheat exports, a sign of how jumpy markets are right now. bloomberg.com/news/articles/… https://t.co/5UASfE5vIC

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Tesla’s Shanghai plant closed down for three weeks in April. The factory, which typically ships around 60,000 cars a month, delivered only 1,512 vehicles last month bloomberg.com/news/articles/… https://t.co/2LVjAqyAON

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@postmodernadab @NewStatesman Perspectival. From point of view of German mainstream. Not from perspective of German left, which has been critical of US from 1950s rearmament through Vietnam, Iran etc etc etc

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@RWerpachowski @NewStatesman Fair. But it is not so much attitudinal – arrogant or not – but methodological and conceptual. Habermas has espoused an evolutionary, theory of societal development for more than half a century and that is what is being brought to bear here.

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In an area stretching from northern Kenya to Somalia and swaths of Ethiopia, up to 20mn people could go hungry this year as delayed rains exacerbate what was already the worst drought in four decades. @AndresSchipani @davidpilling ft.com/content/081ac9… https://t.co/pheGIC0Btd

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