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Instead of focusing on ‘what’ to think, Lykeion highlights ‘how’ to think about macro and geopolitics in an objective, well-researched, and entertaining way without a specific bias or agenda. Highly recommended to anyone in finance, consulting, and economics.
Tomas Sampaio, Executive Director at Morgan Stanley
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We explore last month's local news of global impact and remind readers of why we still like Brazil.
In a year of max uncertainty due to the divergence of outcomes possible, let's focus on what we know.
Deglobalization, U.S. Government Refinancing vs. Market Interest Rates, Global Food Prices, Texas Energy, 2022 Bubbles Bursting, Travel
The first publication of Lykeion Research lays the groundwork for the converging worlds of Geopolitics & Macro.
We lay out a four-step process that showcases how a US soft landing could materialize.
Wealth vs GDP, Deglobalization Rising, Structural Shifts in Sector Returns, The Shifting Semiconductor Landscape, The Idiocy of Climate Policy, and Black Friday Madness
Mystery brewing in China, a rising Poland, and politics aside, Brazil has a bright future
Natural gas fields provide some common ground for a maritime border agreement
We highlight a framework that helps us get a sense of what round of the current bear market we are in.