Source: FT Archive:

A morbid tool from the FT. Click on any traveler on the map to make him sick, then watch the disease spread. Modify the infection rate, mortality rates, and other factors to see how they affect the simulation.

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The FT has some nice charts on proposed changes to financial oversight. Related article.

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Lots of talk last week about Wall Street still paying huge bonuses. Related article.

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As of 5/15/09. Roll-overs provide detailed data. Related article.

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In this case, the map view seems not very useful, but the chart view is well done, allowing a view of quarterly data from 2000 as well as annual from 1970. The links to the raw and meta data at the bottom is a nice touch I hope to see more often from everyone. Related article.

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Interactive map showing the results of recent oil and gas partnerships/negotiations/auctions. I found the map of the different oil fields interesting – considering how many maps of Iraq we’ve seen in the past 5 years, this is the first time I’ve seen this info. Will be updated over time.

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Interactive display of central bank interest rates. It would be useful if you could scroll in and enlarge the last couple years, obviously. It looks like they might update this regularly.

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The FT has updated its interactive tables of investment banking activity. Lots of good data in here.

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Summary of EU and US reforms. The related article is a very good read on the subject.

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NYT’s version of just the USA (hat-tip to Ritholtz). Related article.

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A series of six figures (two shown below) on the composition of British Government Expenditure.

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Two charts on the recent European parliament elections. The first one shows the election results, the second a political analysis for each country.imageimage


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