Best in Economics this week: October 11

Cool way of presenting the growth of China: by showing the relative decline of the rest


Colourful charts on the ever changing nature of profit contributions…



And speaking of profits… The unsteady basis of this equity market rally: no earnings growth…


Interesting study into the changing market impact of data releases in the US



The biggest economy in the world continues to drag its feet with respect to the pricing of CO2 emissions…

…while oil independence is within reach


Remember Malboro? Only 10 years ago, it was still a top ten global brand…


32 million millionaires in the world (and they owe 41% of total wealth)


A somewhat alarming picture on the Canadian economy


Nice chart from the IMF on parallel decelerating growth momentum in Emerging markets


The day to day developments of world war 2, animated in 7 minutes


Debt ceiling. Who raised it, who refused it and what will happen now…?


Nice one: most popular site per country (times internet population to make the world look weird)



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