Best in Economics this week: January 9

The week the world was shocked by the attack on Charlie Hebdo
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The short version of the performance of financial markets in 2015
2014 recap

Cool charts on the population density for nine city’s

I already knew the left part of this chart: the right one is new

Ok, how high do you score on the resolution score?

News in 2014, or at least how the Americans consumed it

On maturing debt in 2015…

Oil at 50. Or thereabouts.

Turnover in the S&P500

Interesting chart on how diseases appear to be fighting a losing battle…

Counting down to a new crisis for Ukraine…

Interesting to see that with the exception of Japan, the decline in market shares have been limited

US elections: no crisis to be seen…

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