Best in Economics this week: June 14

Bond market corrections around the world

Even inflation adjusted bonds offer a positive yield again!

Interesting chart showing the change in correlation between government bonds and high yield

The remarkable comeback of the US as a major oil producer…

…and more data and statistics from the BP annual overview…

…while even more reading can be found in this report from the International Energy Agency

The financial sector continues to be shedding jobs worldwide….

Looking for data on immigration? Look no further!

The not-so-impressive performance of hedge funds as an asset class…

Cool chart showing the change in real commodity prices taking 1950 as starting point

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

…and a lot of jokes on the NSA spying on everyone, this week

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