Best in Economics this week: October 10

Cool chart showing the oil production of the US

Which nicely relates to this chart, on the total of oil supply disruptions

More girl power: women are doing a lot better in today’s European labour market than men…

Pretty cool chart on the weak development on bank lending

The weak recovery of the US consumer in historical perspective.
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It doesn’t happen often that I disagree with The Economist, but where are The Netherlands in the 1600s?

The Global Stability report from the IMF: 190 pages of reading, charts and data… I started from the back

Some background on the Shale Gas story

Cool breakdown of bond flows by the IMF from the report called: “Emerging Markets volatility: lessons from the taper tantrum”

Cool interactive tool from The economist on the US elections. The most boring elections ever…

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