Best of the Web: 16-06-15, nr 1242

Good morning. So much for innovation: the constitution of the S&P500 has been pretty stable, lately

Cool chart showing where population has increased (red) or decreased (blue) in the 2001-2011 period (via @LaurensSwinkels)
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Family owned rules. Although I thought the opposite was always the case…

Ah: the race for good US Presidential Election charts is on!

What to do with the cash…

Private Equity! Let’s call it the new bubble!

Ah well, just for the fun of it…
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Wealth in Asia according to the Boston Consultant Group

A bit of writing from the ECB: the role of the balance sheet in monetary policy

The average US woman is now equal to the average US man in the 60s…

Weird stuff…

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