Europe’s Banking Union: A Fragile Super Monster?

The scope of the European Banking Union is (see here): “In response to the financial crisis that emerged in 2008, the European Commission pursued a number of initiatives to create a safer and sounder financial sector for the single market. These initiatives, which include stronger prudential requirements for banks, improved depositor protection and rules for…

US Markets – A Bubble Approaching?

Assetdyne analyzes stock market data on a fortnightly basis, measuring and tracking the complexity and resilience of the major US indices. Results are reported here, where it is possible to navigate interactive Complexity Maps of the said indices. We know that an evolving system, such as a biosphere, a society or an economy, becomes progressively…

Just How Healthy is the US Economy?

We know that 2013 has been a great year for stock markets, US markets in particular. People are openly talking of “stock market recovery”. We also know that the FED has been pumping paper into the system. But what has this really done to the economy, apart from increasing the values of marketĀ  indices? Since…