Best in Economics this week: June 24

Cows will have to wear nappies….



Some more unreliable statistics on the Chinese debt situation


Cool chart on the ad spending in the US elections


And speaking of debt and China….


Business spending?


Peak Asian reserves…?


Ooh! This one I really should read: “Measuring GDP in a Digitalised Economy“

China outspends everyone on infrastructure spending

On a positive note: the red has been in decline as well (and yes, I know it is the green that everyone is focussing on)


Shocking to see who many people in the US earn ‘barely’ enough to finance expenses…


ECB sticks to the gospel (no surprise there)
Bank lending rates on loans for companies

A bit of reading on the bookkeeping of Treasuries

Setting the bar. For the 1%….

Another sad record…

Interesting chart on breadwinners in the US (via @johan3704)


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