Swedish bank finds Covid-19 recovery insights in alt datasets

High-frequency data such as human mobility data and plastic shipments can help investment professionals understand the post-pandemic economic reopening.

Jonas Thulin broadcasts weekly video presentations to showcase his predictions for investors and the public. In the early days of the Covid-19 pandemic, he predicted the March 2020 trough in the US equities market, and later, the ensuing V-shaped recovery (economists visualize recoveries and recessions as V’s, L’s, U’s or W’s—the shapes they make when charted).

“We were fortunate to publicly call out the equity markets’ trough on March 24 last year, following the pandemic sell-off; we were

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Firms step up non-compete use to protect tech, data IP

US states are increasingly banning or limiting the use of non-compete contracts, but financial firms are using them more frequently to safeguard proprietary tech and data assets—including the knowledge of the individuals who work on them.

Waters Wrap: Examining ASX’s CHESS do-over

The Australian exchange was the first exchange to be all-in on DLT—and the project failed. Anthony speaks with ASX’s Tim Whiteley to discuss the lessons learned and why he thinks the second attempt will succeed.

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