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Blue: natural log of commodity price divided by manufacturing unit value index (measure of export prices of manufactured goods for countries). Red: intermediate trend lines. Source: Yamada and Yoon

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Best in Economics this week: April 15

Good morning. Very cool chart on the development of earnings through time And here are some more charts on the US corporate sector To commemorate the great Apple numbers: what if you had not bought...

Very cool chart on the development of earnings through time And here are some more charts on the US corporate sector To commemorate the great Apple numbers: what if you had not bought.

The top 1 percent of Americans now earn 21 percent of total national income. Why? Jonathan Rothwell debunks three myths often used to explain away their success.

The top 1 percent of Americans now earn 21 percent of total national income. Jonathan Rothwell debunks three myths often used to explain away their success.

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