Posts filed under “Digital Media”

The Carbon Map

Click for a pretty cool and interactive video infographic.

Source: The Guardian

Category: Data Analysis, Digital Media, Energy, Science

Big Gains for the 1 Percent’s 1 Percent

Source: MoJo     Last time we looked at this subject, we noted that There’s Rich, Then There’s the 0.01%. Since then, the disparity between rich and poor, as well as the rich and the really rich have widened further. As the chart above shows, the gap between the bottom 90% (in pink) and the…Read More

Category: Data Analysis, Digital Media, Wages & Income

King Dollar vs Euro, Yen Renminbi

click for giant graphic Source: FT   The U.S. dollar is still king of global currencies. The dollar made up 60.9 percent of foreign exchange reserves and was used in 42.1 percent of global payments. Some countries, though, contest how much influence the U.S. dollar really has. The term “exorbitant privilege,” coined by former French…Read More

Category: Currency, Digital Media, Politics

NFL Crimes: 2000 to Present

Source: High Rank Websites

Category: Digital Media, Sports

Risks to Family Wealth

Source: U.S. Trust

Category: Digital Media, Markets, Wages & Income, Wealth Management

FOMC dissents from 1936 until 2013

Source: St. Louis Fed

Category: Digital Media, Federal Reserve

The Origins of ISIS’s Recruits

Source: New York Times

Category: Digital Media, Politics, Really, really bad calls, War/Defense

Whiteout in Finance

Of the many profession that seems to be disproportionately white, I cannot help but note that Finance is amongst the whitest:

 

 

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Category: Corporate Management, Data Analysis, Digital Media, Employment

State-Level Changes in Real GDP, 2005-2013

The U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) recently released a trove of data on the individual state economies. You can zoom in on quarterly state-level gross domestic product (GDP) series begins from 2005 through the 2013 at Macroblog of the FRBA. But I thought it might be instructive to see what the map looks like…Read More

Category: Digital Media, Economy

What Happens if the FOMC Gets Too Hawkish?

Source: Deutsche Bank Securities   Torsten Slok, chief international economist for Deutsche Bank AG, warns about the hawks on the Federal Open Market Committee getting too, well, hawkish. The flowchart above shows the different transmission mechanisms of monetary policy. Slok uses it to highlight the widening spread between investment-grade and high-yield junk bonds. If and…Read More

Category: Digital Media, Federal Reserve