Stock Market Archive:

So many data releases focus (correctly) on percentage changes m-to-m or y-to-y; but once in a while it’s useful to look at the actual numbers. Below is the S&P, Employment, Foreclosures, and Bankruptcies.

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

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To be fair, 2009 values are analyst “estimates”. Related article.

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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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Monthly interactive survey of 54 economist on a number of indicators and issues.

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A good chart of US bubbles. The print version (p.A8, 6/18/09) had much better aesthetics. but the data are the same. Related article.

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A table summarizing the oversight reforms proposed on Wednesday. Related Washpost article.

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Dshort’s June update of one of my favorite charts (inflation adjusted bullish version). Makes me wonder if we’re just going to re-inflate the bubble without any real correction.

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Interactive table of top 500 companies in the world (and for US/EU/UK/Japan) by market cap. You can sort any column, filter by sector, and drill down each company to see stats and historical rankings.

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Interactive chart showing earnings and market cap since crisis began.

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Interactive map displays the performance of all the major global equity markets for today, or versus a selection of time periods (5days/10days/1month/etc up to a year). You can also click on any exchange to drill down to more information.

[Note: There is no direct link to the map (silly java), you have to click on the "Market Macromap" window on this page]

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Interactive survey of 55 economists on a number of indicators and issues.

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