Ten Most Read Posts from 2018

Here are the ten most read posts from 2018 (our first year in existence). Some surprises in there …

Number 10: Published March 27, 2018

The ECB balance sheet is now over 4.5 trillion Euros, some 45% of Eurozone GDP

Number 9: Published March 7, 2018

Interest Rates around the World

Number 8: Published July 15, 2018

Here’s how much the balance sheets of the Bank of Japan, the Swiss National Bank, the Federal Reserve and the European Central Bank have grown this century

Number 7: Published May 12, 2018

The curious case of low U.S. money velocity

Number 6: Published July 3, 2018

Do economic fundamentals matter anymore?

Number 5: Published December 25, 2018

The U.S. equity market meltdown in numbers

Number 4: Published April 1, 2018

Not an April Fools’ Day joke – this really is how the US Dollar has performed against each currency of the world over the past one year

Number 3: Published May 2, 2018

Here’s how much the total residential mortgage debt outstanding has grown since 2008 for Australia, Canada, the UK and the US

Number 2: Published April 22, 2018

This is what has happened to the unemployment rate in the US four to eight months before every recession since the 1940s and why it matters now

Number 1: Published March 31, 2018

Alphabet (the parent company of Google) spent the most as a company on Lobbying. Facebook’s spend on lobbying increased 5500% since 2009. They spent most lobbying on changes to … data privacy


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