Best in Economics this week: September 5

 Jitney, the Uber of the 20th century. (and it was banned)

September is not the worst month for stocks…


Forget about those GDP charts: this is what it is all about. And the winner is….


What your return would have been in the S&P500 since 1983

Nice one, but don’t get fooled by this double axis…

Two worlds, one euro

Cool chart showing that French labour market is somewhat different from the US and UK…

A number of charts on the weird health spending anomaly that the US really is…

If ever you get jailed in the US, let’s hope you don’t have a tattoo… 🙂

ISIS, where do the foreign fighters come from?


Very cool website enabling you to see how the average US citizen is spending his/her time



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