The WSJ looks at indicators in seven areas to gauge whether we are sliding back into recession. Related article.
Some really great financial analysis tools here.
Treemaps (for S&P, world, filter by sector, period, drill down as far as you want)
Same info as bubbles, with roll over graphs:
Bar, Spectrum, and other performance charts by industry, country, or capitalization:
Tables of insider trading:
And a crazy filter system for stock tables:
One of my favorite summaries of economic indicators. Click on any of the “historical details” to see what each indicator means and why it’s important.
One of the best stock visualizations I’ve seen. Designer Hermann Zachiegner and Two-N INC have created a really nifty interactive visualization of near-real-time stats for global stock markets. Play with the filters and sorting buttons to bring up different heatmaps and bar charts; roll-over popups give details, logos, and recent news items. (via)
This time from the NYT, covering 200 CEOs. Related article.
The average size of stock trades has been shrinking in the medium term.
note: if you have trouble seeing the FT grapic try a google search for the article name “Average trade size on top world stock exchanges” and click on the link there.
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