Best in Economics this week: March 7

Very nice chart showing the world based on the oil reserves…screenshot 2014 03 06 06 24 58

Classic ‘60 seconds’ clips on the economy. All 6 minutes of them…

It is a well known fact by now, but this chart underscores it: the US is in a low growth environment…


…which is at least partly related to this: ‘Forecasts of Economic Growth Based on Demographic Forces’

Forecasts of Economic Growth Based on Demographic Forces

And Russian gas became a lot more important over the past two weeks…


Yet another visualisation of the income distribution


Interesting question: “Has US deleveraging ended?”


Greece: the modern day tragedy


Cool chart on where China puts its priorities…


Very interesting IMF report for all Emerging Markets Debt investors: “Tracking Global Demand for Emerging Market Sovereign Debt”


“The Best Investment Strategy? Getting Out of Our Own Way”


And a bit of perspective on the weakening of the Chinese yuan..


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