The Case of the Swirling Euros

The Case of the Swirling Euros

In mid-September, local authorities in Geneva, Switzerland were investigating an unexpected deposit. Reuters reported: “…the first blockage occurred in the toilet serving the vault at [a] bank…in Geneva’s financial district, and three nearby bistros found their...
Weekly Perspective – Oct. 13, 2014

Weekly Perspective – Oct. 13, 2014

Keep Calm and Carry On. The slogan comes from a United Kingdom Ministry of Information propaganda poster designed to boost morale if the United Kingdom was invaded during World War II. Despite its current popularity, the poster was never distributed. The slogan offers...

Weekly Perspective September 14, 2011

The Markets Are we heading toward a currency war? When there is turmoil in the stock market or in the geopolitical environment, investors sometimes flee toward perceived safe havens in the hope of protecting a portion of their assets. While there’s no guarantee that...