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March 6, 2015, Vol. 33, No. 05

Inflation can surprise you

The meager rate of rise in the CPI for 2014—up by just 0.8%—made news by the very fact of its meagerness. Since 1929, only nine other years have featured an a comparably weak increase in the cost of living. The meaning of this arresting fact is the subject at hand.

Get out of town

You’ve decided to vacation on the French Riviera with family, in-laws, cousins. You could book six or eight hotel rooms—or a single villa in Saint-Tropez. This being the 21st century, you can, and you do, book the villa. Now unfolding is a bearish story on the company that helped you secure it.

Last to first

Gold needs a hug—as central bankers run riot, the legacy monetary asset languishes at $1,200 an ounce—but don’t go feeling sorry for a certain unesteemed and over encumbered mining company. Its fortunes are on the upswing.

Cash for cops

The fact is that currency, under the law, in large denominations. has become non-negotiable. Just try to withdraw $100,000 in hundred-dollar bills from your local JP Morgan Chase branch.The burden of proof is on you, Mr. or Ms. Moneybags.

Nasdaq 5,000—in bonds

Tech stocks matched their March 2000 highs this week. Bonds did them even one better by taking out any known previous high of any recorded era (or so it seemed).

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