This chart shows a positive trend in the growth of global debt, growing from $87 trillion in year 2000 to $199 trillion in 2014.
The chart shows that there is little to no correlation between the number of Global 500 companies headquartered in a city and the cost of prime real estate.
The chart shows that Bitcoin is a niche market which bears no correlation to the number or distribution of individuals across the globe who have internet access.
The chart shows that in 2016 the HICP rate of inflation for all three parties rose above 1% for the first time in over 2 years.
The chart demonstrates the vast disparities in wealth per adult across the world. North America and Europe hold 65% of the world’s wealth, whilst only accounting for 18% of the world’s adult population.
Government bond yields in most advanced economies reached record lows this week, with ten year German bond yields entering negative territory for the first time ever.