Best of the Web: 13-04-02, nr 742

Good morning. In Dutch, but certainly worth the read: the 80-year history of Robeco!


And, as always, the best way to kick-start this week: recap what happened last week!


Pretty good first quarter: what will the next one bring us…?


Japan’s Quarterly Tankan is still pretty weak…


Did I already show this? Retail sales in the bigger economies in Europe…


Chart that filters out the daily fluctuations in the foreign exchange markets and shows the trend…


This one is pretty clear: Europe, the weakest link


I am not sure I have ever seen data going back to 1825, but that is what the title is telling us…


Ah: lessons to be learned for economists. Given that it is Blanchard who is telling it, I will allow it…


Cool chart, basically showing the importance of the export sector of Germany…


I admit: I didn’t read it. But with the title ‘The hitchhikers guide to inflation in Libya’, it sounds promising…


I am not sure what this tells me, so I hope you are happy with it… 🙂


All-time high in the S&P? High time that buybacks and dividends do the same


And the schedules for the week to come…

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