Deutsche Bank Chief Economist "Scared" At Lack Of Economic Concern Amid Historical OdditiesMark Melin
What is scary to David Folkerts-Landau, Deutsche Bank’s chief economist, is not “we are living through one of the most unusual economic and financial periods ever.” This isn’t the primary concern. “The scary thing to me is how rarely anyone seems to acknowledge this fact,” he wrote in a recent research piece.
Deutsche Bank: Looking at historical oddity should be concerning, but investors and economists appear to not care
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