TOP 12 IN 2012

Thank you to all our readers for making 2012 a great year for RedBlog!


 

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Here’s a rundown of the 12 most viewed blogs in 2012:

1. RPI v CPI: Magic new formula will lead to shrinking wedge – Kenny Nicoll

2. World population evolution (infographic) – Dan Tracey

3. CRY! It’s a Kodak moment – Dawid Konotey-Ahulu

4. Are you an Amundsen or Scott? – Robert Gardner

5. Inflation is back for good – Anatole Kaletsky

6. PV01 and IE01: Models on models – Dan Mikulskis

7. Pessimist – Optimist – Realist – Robert Gardner

8. Chart: 30 year gilt yields break range – Gurjit Dehl

9. Splash out on an illiquid asset and get some real returns – Robert Gardner

10. Who believes in the pension fairy? – Andrew Clare

11. Pension risk management radar (infographic) – Robert Gardner

12. Ready or not, EMIR I come – Tom McCartan