Best in Economics this week: April 10

Cool chart on annual results in stock markets. The average is pretty rare, apparently
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What do rich people in the US ‘consume’ most?

The IMF has looked at investment funds and illiquidity

The third blog of Bernanke in one week! How long will/can he keep this up…?
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Interesting chart on small countries economic performance

The IMF takes a look at the growth record of the world economy during the past years and draws conclusions for the future
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Urbanisation in East Asia…

“What Seems to Be Holding Back Labor Productivity Growth, and Why It Matters”

Cool chart showing that California -once the hotspot of net migration- has lost its shine in the late 90s
…and while we are on the subject of the regional divide in the US: check out this one!
…and even more on movements within the US: this time oil (it is a gif, it should be moving)

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