Best of the Web: 13-06-11, nr 786

Good morning. Ah well, let’s make the best out of it…


The Bank of Japan ended its two day meeting. More bullish on the economy, negative for stocks though…


Cool report by the International Energy Agency on the Energy-Climate map (via business insider) 5blLgkrleq6HCG82lBAoBgxweeGz1ljO1WFqpPuze1Bb4XN6ImE5QhT0_Ack4Ph7uMKXs1CMEAAPp4DGIrXvxolHqfZM1GEd6vA09Hqwzl9x7437Hopy4N5a8g


And in Europe we will focus on the court case of the Bundesverfassungsgericht on ECB policy (verdict Wednesday)



Apparently, there is an app for finding toilet paper (and other basic needs) in Venezuela…


The sell-off in US bonds (and elsewhere in the world) is mostly related to fears of the Fed changing policy


Interesting chart. Having said that, if you adjust for everything it is no surprise that you are not able to beat the index…


It’s a trend alright: labour income share is in decline everywhere…


Barclays concludes that QE4ever has only brought asset price inflation…

Nice overview of the biggest lobbying spenders in the US. And it is not the tobacco companies…

Just a reminder, who is running the biggest deficits in the world…

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