Andrew Stuttaford, National Review

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Past articles by Andrew:

The Collapse of Silicon Valley Bank: Causes and (Possible) Consequences

An account of some of what went wrong with Silicon Valley Bank. → Read More

Oil and Reality: When Joe Biden Said (Some of) the Quiet Part Out Loud

The week of February 6, 2023: Oil’s future, ESG, industrial policy, tax, and much, much more. → Read More

Electric Vehicles: a Great Green New Deal (for China)

In 2022, Chinese EVs took over 5 percent of the European market. That share will rise. → Read More

‘Woke Capital’ Is Still With Us, But Only a Small Part of a Bigger Story

The Week of January 30, 2023: ESG, the debt ceiling, the Fed, antitrust, and much, much more. → Read More

The War against Coffee

Climate-change advocates now have it out for coffee. → Read More

Watching the Ceiling

How the coming confrontation over raising the debt ceiling turns out is, for now, anyone’s guess, but markets are beginning to pay attention, and some are expecting that the pushing and shoving over the ceiling may last long enough to cause the U.S. to default on its debt, if "only" temporarily. → Read More

Housing Market Woes: Will No One Think of the Flippers?

It appears that flippers are looking at a much tougher market. → Read More

Tremors: Housing — Deep Freeze, But the Thaw May be Worse

The Week of December 5, 2022: Real estate worries, the economy, antitrust, ESG and much, much more. → Read More

Electric Vehicles: The ‘Fast’ and the Furious

Charging stations for electric vehicles in rural states could operate at a loss for a decade or more. → Read More

The ‘Realpolitik’ of the Naïve: Europe’s Middle Way on China

Energy and technology concerns are forcing some in Europe to consider a kind of strategic neutrality concerning Russia and China. This is ill-advised, as other nations see. → Read More

Glimpses of the Green Economy: Wind Woes and (Wind) ‘Droughts’

Have the central planners thought this all through? → Read More

Natural Gas: Fighting over the Scraps (or Not)

Imports of liquefied natural gas (LNG) are widely thought (and not without reason) to be an important part of the solution to Europe’s energy crunch. → Read More

Europe’s Energy Mess: The LNG Squeeze Just Got a Bit Tighter

It should always be remembered that LNG is part of a global market in a way that ‘ordinary’ natural gas is not. → Read More

The Nord Stream Sabotage: A Three-Pipeline Problem (or Not)

Nord Stream 1 and 2 are each two-branch pipelines. One of the Nord Stream 2 lines remains intact after the recent sabotage, deepening the mystery. → Read More

Natural Gas: Russia Puts the Pressure on Italy’s (Likely) New Government

Gazprom stops sending natural gas to Italy. → Read More

Time for Liz Truss to Zero Out Her Net-Zero Adviser

The fact that Chris Skidmore, a climate fundamentalist, was appointed to this job by prime minister Liz Truss was, to say the least, dispiriting, and the fact that Skidmore is still peddling that ol’ green snake oil is embarrassing. → Read More

Biden’s Oil Diplomacy — Not Going So Well

The ‘Times’ reports that Saudi Arabia is prepared to cut the production of oil to send a message to the Biden administration. → Read More

Another Setback for John Kerry

Having failed to get China and now India on board with his agenda, our climate Metternich does not seem to be proving as effective as he might have hoped. → Read More

The ‘Inflation Reduction Act’: Taxing Share Buybacks

The Left perceives buybacks as a device that can be played by unscrupulous executives wanting to ramp up their company’s share price and as a tax-avoidance scheme. → Read More

A Bank, Climate, and the Chinese Communist Party

Banks are playing a dangerous game by being in China. They should get out. → Read More