The new spaghetti chart from the Economist. This one is on debt…
Cool chart on corporate defaults in Emerging countries. Rising, except for in Latin America
I have shown something to this effect earlier. Average is sort of rare in stock markets
Cool: for the fans of Mad Men. What happened to all the brands in the series?
Another interesting study from the IMF, over how too much financial development may be counterproductive
“Why are interest rates so low?”
Nice article on rating up- and downgrades. Red is developed, green is emerging.
“How Much Should a Currency Be Worth? No One Really Knows“
A bit of reading on my favorite subject: bubbles
The San Francisco Fed has calculated what Q1 GDP would have been would have been with proper seasonal adjustments: +1.8%
WallStreet still earns 3.6 times as much as other workers
Some thoughts of Krugman on Executive pay being linked to American football salaries
The distribution of GDP per head within all the European countries. Look at UK..
A different way of looking at the equilibrium interest rate
One of the costs fintech is not bothered with
An analysis on bond and earning yields (and thus, the Fed model)
The wee bit Keynes left out…
Some stunning (and disturbing) pictures on overpopulation (via @wishmaster_nl)
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