Best in Economics this week: May 1

HA HA HA HA! I guess I have the title for the next blog handed to me… 🙂
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Mmmmmm. So…. It is all to blame on the unions!! 🙂

Why call it a bubble, right?
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And speaking of bubbles: this is a very cool animation on the Nasdaq roller coaster ride. Watch the PE’s!

Interesting fact: the consumption of durable goods in the Euro area has been pretty strong for over a year

The IMF reports on sub Saharan Africa

Not much of a surprise, but here you go: men want daughters to be more independent than their wives

Some more thoughts on why we should not worry about the weak capex spending

In case you need some guidance on the Greek situation (via @leonmwc)

Living on the 98th floor…

A complete overview of all previous editions of Best of the Web Weekly Economics can be found here All links provided are collected from public websites, unless otherwise specified. I have not checked the data or information for accuracy used, and therefore do not guarantee that all data provided will be 100% correct. The links provided do not necessarily reflect my personal opinion and should be seen as general interest: oftentimes I do not agree with arguments presented, but nevertheless think it is worthwhile to read them. It is up to the reader to make up their own mind. Suggestions or discussions are more than welcome. Do not quote unless specifically cleared beforehand!

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