Two Charts on Global Renewable Energy Transition

The world continues to depend on coal, oil and gas as the primary sources for energy. Though the share of renewable energy sources is increasing it is still under 40% at a global level. Coal is the dirtiest form of energy source and fossil fuels like natural gas and oil are not the cleanest either. …

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Overview of Select FTSE Indices: Infographic

The benchmark index of the UK equity market is the FTSE 100 Index. This index is comprised of the 100 blue chip companies on the London Stock Exchange and is dominated by oil majors like Shell plc(SHEL) and BP(BP), banks (HSBC), drug firms (Astrazeneca – AZN) and consumer staple giants like Unilever (UL). As such, …

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Two Charts on Inequality in the US

Inequality is the highest in the United States among the developed countries. According to data released by Census Bureau released in September income inequality grew in the US in 2021 for the first time in a decade. Income and Wealth inequality is usually higher in emerging and frontier countries. However similar situation has been prevalent …

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On The Dramatic Collapse of Meta Platforms Inc

Meta Platforms, formerly known as Facebook used to have a market capitalization of over $1 trillion last year. This past Friday the market cap was just over $240 billion !. The collapse of this tech darling which was part of the so-called FANG group, in such as short period is astonishing indeed. In October, Meta …

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