This one is a classic, but is still very cool: how big US companies really are
Finally, a statistic that seems to be correct! I hope.
Some people are worried about some people being worried about the lack of liquidity…
A different way to look at the productivity puzzle, with different conclusions
Very cool chart on how the rest of the world adds up to the America’s
Chinese stock markets, the short version
Interesting charts on the European economy: it’s the consumer, stupid!
On that ever continuing technological improvement…
A bit of reading on the US labour market
Some cool comparison charts between TARP and Greece
This chart clearly shows the drawbacks of averages…
Ah! There is an update on the golden dilemma: the golden constant
Putting the LIBOR punishment into perspective
Best startup ecosystems. I thought that Sweden was also pretty good, though?
More troubles for China?
Some interesting 1926 readings on the stock market
Some spectacular pictures around the world
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