Best in Economics this week: June 7

IMF took another look at the Greece bailout and the conclusions are not very nice…

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Sentiment on Emerging markets has turned sour as currencies decline…

…the growth outlook is weakening…

…while investors have been fleeing the region…


Despite all the QE’s, inflation has yet to raise its ugly head….

…and speaking of QE, the BIS has taken a look at the impact of QE on financial markets…fU4u-Xi5u4R4hwm06FmNLR5L8HUgiV-soLSZb1GuwlgJ63jjO61OxSInLIUptYoSjqs7ACClAhq_bCXJlVxjAtfCEddvrHUmlQIwk3bv0dtxowjaB2WHaK7tqA

US bonds compared to US equities: bonds are bigger

With the unrest in Turkey on the rise, this map on tweets in Turkish is interesting


A number of other interesting maps can be found here…


Net wealth in the world

Cool chart showing the world’s greenhouse gasses by source and sector

40 pictures on the European flooding…

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