Best in Economics this week: June 26

The sad score


A pretty cool overview from Bloomberg on global warming. No doubt that it is being disputed…

…which also applies for this one

Cool overview of the number of crisis since 2007. Japan is the odd one out: tsunami and nuclear disaster do not count for much…


Mmmm… So the main disability in Syria was depression and not war in 2013?

Something I have flagged as well: the remarkable absence of volatility in US equities…

This makes me wonder whatever happened to that 15 year old girl who bought that house at the low of the market..?

This should be interesting: “A measure of Price Pressures”

Some comments of Bruegel on the attainability of 4% growth

The US rules the world in fintech

The success rate of the activist funds as a driver behind M&A

Screen Shot 2015 06 22 at 9.29.43 AM

Some pretty cool pictures taken from above.


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