Best in Economics this week: May 18

I would be interested to see this one in dollars per head…

Cool chart from the ECB, decomposing the citi surprise drop

The OECD on Greece

Still one of my favorite, completely useless charts around.

A bit of a technical read on the slope of the yield curve and stocks


Cool overview of the three functions of money


On that ‘iempeccable’ inflation track-record of the ECB…

May is breaking records


And whilst on the subject of the UK: look at the dismal productivity record


The Wall Street Journal tries to explain the lack of inflation in the Eurozone

Credit is too easy resulting in lower credit quality debt

Winners keep winning (with an interactive chart)

What China owns in Europe

The Bull market in US Treasuries ended a long time ago…


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