This week would like to cover the interesting infographic around various topics which gives me a ‘Whoah’ moment. Hope it makes your eye to blink your eye for a while!
1)Which Country Paid Most of the Taxes
Infographic shows Belgium, Germany, Denmark are the top three countries paying more than 35+% of the salary as taxes.
[Source : See how your income taxes stack up ]
2)Two Bedroom Housing Rates across the world
Information from Savills World Research shows the 2BHK housing rates across the world shows that housing prices are very high in the cities like Tel-Aviv(Israel), Melbourne(Australia) compare to the rest of the world.
[Source : @HistoricalPics -Twitter]
3.The Cost of Living in 1938
This information shows show cheaper was the days of 1938 in United States and reminds us that Inflation is universal. [Source : @HistoricalPics -Twitter]
4.China Set to Overtake US as Largest Economy
The Hot News around the world this week is that Chinese economy likely set to overtake US. However Purchase Parity Power based assumption shows that China will likely to overtake US however dollar denominated figures shows that US is still the largest among the global Economy. [Source : WSJ]
5.Sensex is in Bubble
The FCO DS-LPPL confidence index alias bubble predicting indicator shows possible bubble in Sensex. How you will react to this? Do you think the bubble will bursts after elections? [Source : FCO risikopedia]
6.Biggest Bankruptcies in the World
On 29th April Energy Future Holdings Corp, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. The Texas based power company succumbed to a lousy bet on natural-gas prices and more than $40 billion in debt. And rates as the eighth-largest bankruptcy case in U.S. history. The Biggest so far in US history was the Lehman Brothers bankruptcy in the year 2008. [Source : WSJ ]
7.Presidential terms Vs Stock Markets
Visually released a comparision of Presidential terms over the US stock index Dow-Jones and compared the relationship between 8 year presidential terms and the stock market [Source : Visually]
8.Record High average concentration of carbon dioxide
As scientists expected, April became the first month in human history to have an average concentration of carbon dioxide — the main long-lived global warming gas — above 400 parts per million (ppm). This shows that lower global greenhouse emissions will be just a dream in the future. [ Source : Mashable ]