James Hydzik

James’ first FOREX play was in 1991, betting on the Deutschmark bouncing back during the Russian coup attempt.
James is a publication team leader, editor, and writer who moved to Europe permanently in 2003. A former Financial Times magazine contributing editor and technical writer for Ericsson, he is comfortable working at the intersections of money, technology, and politics. When he is not working, he particularly enjoys exploring Italy with his family and training his Dobermann.

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IMF Sees A Soft Landing For Europe, But In Crosswinds

James Hydzik

17 May 2024 - 19:32

IMF Sees A Soft Landing For Europe, But In Crosswinds

It’s the IMF’s imagery. Behind it, though, are real concerns about persistent core inflation in Central, Eastern, and Southeastern Europe. And then there are teh structural issues.

Palantir Stock Shows Slivers Of What Could Be

James Hydzik

16 May 2024 - 02:37

Palantir Stock Shows Slivers Of What Could Be

Palantir has been in the news ever since it released its Q1 2024, as a good quarterly report and the stock fell anyway. Here are some takes on the stock.

Downward PPI Adjustments Attract Market Attention

James Hydzik

14 May 2024 - 22:19

Downward PPI Adjustments Attract Market Attention

The Bureau of Labor Statistics released the April 2024 U.S. PPI figures. The headline figure came in hot for the month, but downward revisions were the main focus of the day.

What is CPI?

James Hydzik

14 May 2024 - 07:55

What is CPI?

The Consumer Price Index, or CPI, is, in short, the change in prices that people pay for goods and services over a specified period of time. Read on to learn the details.

German Economy Lacks a Half Million Skilled Workers

James Hydzik

13 May 2024 - 16:43

German Economy Lacks a Half Million Skilled Workers

Germany’s Institute for Economic Research calculates that over 500,000 skilled labor positions remain unfilled, costing the German economy almost 50 billion euro per year.