Wednesday, 2 January 2013

Graphic Chart - Five Years Later

Interesting chart from the NYTimes:


Five Years Later, Some Countries Still Lag

Five years ago, in the fourth quarter of 2007, the United States economy peaked before what became known as the Great Recession set in. Some countries, China and Australia among them, never saw their economies decline, but most did, and some of the largest economies remain smaller than they were in 2007. The world economy — measured by total gross domestic product in 56 countries for which data are available — is now about 6 percent larger. But share prices have yet to fully recover in most countries. Related Article »

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