On the menu today: carbon taxes and democracy, Big Tech and Joe Biden, lending as a (Chinese) strategic weapon, and more.
The Capital Note
On the menu today: a corporate debt binge, a potential taper tantrum, the growth of collateralized-loan obligations, and the rise of zombie corporations.
On the menu today: inflation, corporatism, risk and space flight, billionaires and value creation.
On the menu today: the G-7’s agreement on digital taxes, the EU’s fine on Amazon, and Glenn Hubbard’s suggest for international tax authorities.
On the menu today: Biden’s proposed tax cartel, Apes and Clover, Japan’s debt difference, corporate virtue signaling, and textual investment.
On the menu today: France fines Google, an hour-long web outage, bearish Bitcoin, and a primer on digital-ad exchanges.
On the menu today: Shell’s legal defeat, Biden and Arctic oil, Putin and Arctic oil, Putin and coal, and the ransomware negotiator.
On the menu today: the hackers that halted meat production, institutional investors adapt to new a macro landscape, Dogecoin rallies, and more.
On the menu today: the ransomware group behind the Colonial pipeline shutdown, a banker bets big on Doge, and David Bahnsen speaks to Larry Kudlow.
On the menu today: Yellen says something (and then unsays it), Joe Biden, Peronist, Biden and Brussels against Ireland, and Richard Nixon and Arthur Burns.