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Through the roof

How much city-dwellers overpay for housing Audio and Video content on Economist.com requires a browser that can handle iFrames. EVERY urbanite grumbles about the price of housing. But some have more cause to complain than others. The price that ... [Published Graphic detail - The Economist - 17 hours ago]
First reported Oct 23 2014 - Updated Oct 23 2014 - 1 reports

The wrong kind of growth

Euro-zone debts are looking increasingly unsustainable LAST week there was turmoil in financial markets. Investors started to worry about whether struggling euro-zone economies would be able to pay back their debt. Yields on Greece’s sovereign ... [Published Graphic detail - The Economist - Oct 23 2014]
First reported Oct 22 2014 - Updated Oct 22 2014 - 1 reports

The cruellest month

The coldest time of year has not always been the most lethal WINTER is the deadliest season. That is common knowledge. But it was not always so—at least, not for nobles, the group for whom records are most complete. In a working paper for the European ... [Published Graphic detail - The Economist - Oct 22 2014]
First reported Oct 21 2014 - Updated Oct 21 2014 - 1 reports

China’s fast-but-slow economy

Growth hits a five-year low, but industrial output is on the rise CHINA’S economy slowed to 7.3% year-on-year growth in the third quarter, slipping below the official target of 7.5%. For most countries, growth above 7% would be a rare triumph. ... [Published Graphic detail - The Economist - Oct 21 2014]
Entities: China, Financial Crisis
First reported Oct 20 2014 - Updated Oct 21 2014 - 1 reports

The journey of a virus

Audio and Video content on Economist.com requires a browser that can handle iFrames. ... [Published Graphic detail - The Economist - Oct 20 2014]
Entities: Virus
First reported Oct 20 2014 - Updated Oct 20 2014 - 1 reports

Libya on the edge

North Africa's top oil producer is dangerously divided ON THE third anniversary of the death of Colonel Muammar Qaddafi, Libya’s former ruler, the country is violently split. It has two governments and two parliaments. Both the capital, Tripoli, ... [Published Graphic detail - The Economist - Oct 20 2014]
First reported Oct 17 2014 - Updated Oct 17 2014 - 1 reports

Adding up the ads

The disparity of topics of American political advertisements AMERICAN politics may be highly polarised, but the themes of advertisements by candidates in the midterm elections are less so. The most popular topic for both parties is healthcare. ... [Published Graphic detail - The Economist - Oct 17 2014]
First reported Oct 16 2014 - Updated Oct 16 2014 - 1 reports

The fear factor

An index of market uncertainty is at a two-year high THE VIX, or “fear index,” rose to 26.25 percentage points on October 15th, reaching its highest level since a crisis over the fate of the euro currency in 2012. When markets smell trouble, the ... [Published Graphic detail - The Economist - Oct 16 2014]
First reported Oct 15 2014 - Updated Oct 15 2014 - 1 reports

Time is money

The top three economies throughout history ... [Published Graphic detail - The Economist - Oct 15 2014]
First reported Oct 14 2014 - Updated Oct 14 2014 - 1 reports

The purse of the one percent

Who controls the world’s wealth GLOBAL wealth has increased from $117 trillion in 2000 to $262 trillion this year. That comes to $56,000 for each adult on earth. But the fortune is far from evenly distributed. In 1906 the Italian economist Vilfredo ... [Published Graphic detail - The Economist - Oct 14 2014]
First reported Oct 14 2014 - Updated Oct 14 2014 - 1 reports

Black gold deficits

Countries that suffer when the oil price plummets IN 2008 the oil price hit $140 a barrel. Today it is well below $90. Healthy supplies from America and weak demand (especially from China) have pushed down prices. When the price of black gold ... [Published Graphic detail - The Economist - Oct 14 2014]
First reported Oct 13 2014 - Updated Oct 13 2014 - 1 reports

Comparing MBAs

Our ranking of full-time MBA programmes Each year The Economist collates hard data and student surveys to rank the world's business schools. Find out which are the best-ranked 25 full-time MBA programmes here .  ... [Published Graphic detail - The Economist - Oct 13 2014]
Entities: The Economist

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THE 2014 World Cup's first draw—a dull, goalless game between Iran and Nigeria—happened on June 16th, bringing to an end a "draw-drought” of 12 games. The match was conspicuous in an otherwise high-scoring tournament, which so far has seen 44 goals, or 3.14 per match. It is proving to be one of the most exciting World Cups of recent times, including shock results such as the Netherlands' 5-1 win over Spain, the reigning champions. Such excitement bucks the modern trend. Until this year, the tournament had been losing its kick. A draw-less run such as this has not happened in World Cup history since the first competition in 1930, when only 13 teams played just 18 matches, all decisive. Prior to this tournament, more matches have resulted in stalemate, often scoreless, in the last six tournaments than the previous 13 combined. Even the 1994 and 2006 cup finals ended in a draw (the former without a single goal) and had to be decided by penalty shoot-outs. Why the increae in draws? Perhaps it is because more countries are... Continue reading "

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Through the roof [Published Graphic detail - The Economist - 17 hours ago]
The wrong kind of growth [Published Graphic detail - The Economist - Oct 23 2014]
The cruellest month [Published Graphic detail - The Economist - Oct 22 2014]
China’s fast-but-slow economy [Published Graphic detail - The Economist - Oct 21 2014]
The journey of a virus [Published Graphic detail - The Economist - Oct 20 2014]
Libya on the edge [Published Graphic detail - The Economist - Oct 20 2014]
Adding up the ads [Published Graphic detail - The Economist - Oct 17 2014]
The fear factor [Published Graphic detail - The Economist - Oct 16 2014]
Time is money [Published Graphic detail - The Economist - Oct 15 2014]
The purse of the one percent [Published Graphic detail - The Economist - Oct 14 2014]
Black gold deficits [Published Graphic detail - The Economist - Oct 14 2014]
Comparing MBAs [Published Graphic detail - The Economist - Oct 13 2014]
The toll of a tragedy [Published Graphic detail - The Economist - Oct 10 2014]
Ebola's global reach [Published Graphic detail - The Economist - Oct 10 2014]
Turning the pixelated page [Published Graphic detail - The Economist - Oct 09 2014]
Datatopia [Published Graphic detail - The Economist - Oct 08 2014]
The battle for the Senate [Published Graphic detail - The Economist - Oct 07 2014]
Meanderings to mirror the Amazon [Published Graphic detail - The Economist - Oct 06 2014]
Measuring people power [Published Graphic detail - The Economist - Oct 03 2014]
Workers of the world [Published Graphic detail - The Economist - Oct 02 2014]
Control of Donbas [Published Graphic detail - The Economist - Oct 01 2014]
Where street meets tweet [Published Graphic detail - The Economist - Sep 30 2014]
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Pillow talk in the bush [Published Graphic detail - The Economist - Sep 26 2014]
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Can you break a hundred? [Published Graphic detail - The Economist - Sep 24 2014]
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The price of exposure [Published Graphic detail - The Economist - Sep 22 2014]
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Through the roof [Published Graphic detail - The Economist - 17 hours ago]
How much city-dwellers overpay for housing Audio and Video content on Economist.com requires a browser that can handle iFrames. EVERY urbanite grumbles about the price of housing. But some have more cause to complain than others. The price that ...
The wrong kind of growth [Published Graphic detail - The Economist - Oct 23 2014]
Euro-zone debts are looking increasingly unsustainable LAST week there was turmoil in financial markets. Investors started to worry about whether struggling euro-zone economies would be able to pay back their debt. Yields on Greece’s sovereign ...
The cruellest month [Published Graphic detail - The Economist - Oct 22 2014]
The coldest time of year has not always been the most lethal WINTER is the deadliest season. That is common knowledge. But it was not always so—at least, not for nobles, the group for whom records are most complete. In a working paper for the European ...
China’s fast-but-slow economy [Published Graphic detail - The Economist - Oct 21 2014]
Growth hits a five-year low, but industrial output is on the rise CHINA’S economy slowed to 7.3% year-on-year growth in the third quarter, slipping below the official target of 7.5%. For most countries, growth above 7% would be a rare triumph. ...
The journey of a virus [Published Graphic detail - The Economist - Oct 20 2014]
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