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August 26, 2021
The Inflation Threat Is Hooey, Even as Money Supply Climbs, Says Savant
Sure, the Fed has created more dollars, but that doesn’t mean they’ll lead to a price spiral, argues David Waddell.
Union Files Legal Challenge Over OMERS’ Early Retirement Policy
The Canadian Union of Public Employees is also calling for a review of the pension fund’s investment decisions.
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Apollo Might Launch $500 Million SPAC Fund
The private equity firm reportedly will use the investment vehicle to buy stakes in IPOs and founders’ shares.
Trending: Teamsters’ Pension Lawsuit Could Thwart Vaccine Mandates

The union says its pension fund’s mandatory vaccine policy violates collective bargaining agreements.

In Focus: Good SPAC, Bad SPAC: How the Jiffy IPO Method Is Regaining Favor

Ever since the SEC’s spring crackdown, these once-popular investments have wilted. But their excesses are being leached away.

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