Cuban’s tech bubble, Brazil’s meltdown, Hanke on Greece & Latam
Markets had eagerly been awaiting the disclosure of the start date for QE ever since the European Central Bank announced it would embark on the large scale asset-purchase program back in January. Erin weighs in. Steve Hanke, director of the Troubled Currencies Project at the Cato Institute, tells us how the Troika should approach negotiations with Greece, given what he sees as a perennially profligate government in the country. Investment strategist Paul Brodsky tells us how to manage country and currency risk when thinking about asset allocation and gives us his take on Russian oil assets. And in The Big Deal, Erin and Edward Harrison discuss Brazil and Mark Cuban’s recent comments on another tech bubble.
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