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Since Brexit Vote, U.K. Online Inflation Surging After Pound Decline While Economy Stalls

Forbes. 8/15/16
“Since the June 23 U.K. referendum that saw 52% of voters wanting to leave the European Union, there has been no shortage of pundits offering their opinion on the economic impact of “Brexit”…”
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Mass Technology Leadership Council Announces Finalists for the 19th Annual Technology Leadership Awards

MarketWired. 7/20/16
“Leaders of the Massachusetts innovation community gathered last night at the Microsoft NERD Center for a reception at which the group announced finalists for the 2016 MassTLC Technology Leadership Awards. The awards shines a spotlight on the best of the region’s internationally respected…”
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Straws in the wind

The Economist. 7/16/16
“Before the referendum, economists were in near-unanimous agreement that a vote to Leave would hit the economy. And as predicted, the past three weeks have been torrid….”
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A billion prices can’t be wrong

Financial Times. 5/13/16
“In the dying days of 2015 came news to set any geek’s pulse racing: the declaration of a ‘statistical emergency’ by Mauricio Macri, the new president of Argentina…”
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AXA Investment Managers Leverages State Street PriceStats Inflation Series and MKT MediaStats’ Big Data Analytics to Sharpen and Accelerate Investment Decision-Making Process

BusinessWire. 4/5/16
“AXA Investment Managers (AXA IM) today announced a collaboration with State Street and MKT MediaStats to evaluate data-driven indicators that help analyse economic and market information…”
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An Augean stable

The Economist. 2/13/16
“Government bean-counters do not, in most countries, have a reputation for derring-do. But in Argentina some have proved to be martyrs and heroes…”
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Here’s the Real Legacy of the Kirchners in Argentina

Bloomberg. 11/4/2015
“Argentina President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner warns voters that they stand to lose everything they gained under 12 years of government by herself and her late husband if they vote for the opposition…”
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Now is the time for real-time government data

Financial News. 8/17/2015
“In mid-August, Sir Charles Bean, formerly of the Bank of England and now at the London School of Economics, was handed the task and has asked for comments on the scope of the review. Quite rightly, one of the questions he is asking is whether ‘emerging data science techniques’ could be exploited…”
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