Stock Market Archive:

The WSJ looks at indicators in seven areas to gauge whether we are sliding back into recession.  Related article.

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Some really great financial analysis tools here.

Treemaps (for S&P, world, filter by sector, period, drill down as far as you want)

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Same info as bubbles, with roll over graphs:

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Bar, Spectrum, and other performance charts by industry, country, or capitalization:

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Tables of insider trading:

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Futures:

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Foreign Exchange:

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And a crazy filter system for stock tables:

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Interactive table and details.

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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.

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Barry Ritholtz has pulled together a great collection of charts mapping out how we tend to view economic cycles. Check out his post for an interesting related discussion.

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Stock Mapper

In: Stock Market

9 Apr 2010

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)

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This time from the NYT, covering 200 CEOs. Related article.

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A bit of data cherry picking, perhaps (announced job cuts?). Related article. (via Barry Ritholtz)

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A comparative look at the scale.

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The average size of stock trades has been shrinking in the medium term.

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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.

Thanks to Stephen Dobson for the heads up.

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