1. The Sunday regular Stories we should be thinking about was the most popular post of the last week. Link here.
2. A few macroeconomic thoughts on Christmas Eve - including thoughts on fixed income, the Spanish elections and the Japanese market was the second most popular post. Link here.
3. Monday's macro wrap was the third most popular post and included thoughts on Brexit, the Dow Theory and M&A deals around the world. Link here.
4. Wednesday's wrap - which included thoughts on the latest UK GDP revision as well as the influence of Chinese stimulus on markets - was the fourth most popular post. Link here.
5. Wednesday's macro views which included musings on global FX and a Sepp Blatter cartoon was the fifth most popular post. Link here.
And a bonus link? An early - and different - Financial Orbit Speaks was published this week:
Published on 23rd December 2015 - link here
In this week's global investing enhanced podcast Chris Bailey of Financial Orbit reviews his 15 macroeconomic calls for 2015 from a year ago to see whether he had more 'hits' than 'misses'. Subjects covered include currency wars, China, junk bonds, Greece, Abenomics, the information revolution, real wage growth and bottom fishing in Russia