Today, we revisit From the Northwest Quadrant’s blog entry of September, 2010. Just nine months ago, we noted the following: “The Greatest Deleveraging in the History of the World” continues, only slightly impeded by governmental efforts to borrow against future economic growth (that’s what a loan/bond really is) or coerce/convince others to do so as.
OK, now that I have successfully shocked you. I will attempt to make the case for the benefits of Greece, the cradle of democracy, defaulting. You see, I think the players in this Greek drama will be forced to don their masks and agree with that proposition sooner or later. First, the downside of a Greek.
Every year, SAA hosts the only investment conference of its kind, a place where CEOs, CFOs and CIOs of insurers writing all types of business get together to discuss issues most important to them. In addtion, the conference features some interesting speakers and topics. This year’s topics are noted below with some links in which.
We begin this year with a list of ‘one hundred year flood’ type events: Possible regime change in Egypt and, Major snow and ice events in the US. With all this excitement, it is easy to lose track of some rather interesting items that can impact insurer investing. First up is the nascent call to.