Prudence for thee, but not for me
5 interesting datas to win friends and influence, from Chitown to India to Mountain View. Plus, a clinic on how to get bailed out by taxpayers without all the annoying outrage
Random Walk has not one, not two, but five cool and interesting datas to impress your friends:
Better call Ditka, the property markets most at-risk (and the hinterland rises);
It’s India’s world, we’re just living in it;
It’s getting tight in here, and more datas from a tightening economy;
GPT is everywhere; and
The worst monopoly ever.
Finally, Treasury offers a masterclass on how to get bailed-out, and be the indignant one, at the same time. Why doesn’t anyone ask “But where were the regulators?” It’s a mystery.
Better call Ditka
Attom Data published a report on what it calls the most (and least) at-risk property markets. The methodology is about what you’d expect, and while it generally makes sense, RW does not vouch for it (or the underlying) one way or another.
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