Visualizing U.S. GDP by Industry in 2023
Charted: The Industries Where Asian Companies are the Strongest
The Top 50 Largest Importers in the World
Ranked: The Biggest Retailers in the U.S. by Revenue
Visualizing 30 Years of Imports from U.S. Trading Partners
Ranked: Largest Semiconductor Foundry Companies by Revenue
Ranked: The Most Innovative Countries in 2023
Ranked: The World’s Top 25 Defense Companies by Revenue
Charted: What are Retail Investors Interested in Buying in 2023?
Which Companies Own the Most Satellites?
Visualizing America’s $1 Trillion Credit Card Debt
The 20 Most Common Investing Mistakes, in One Chart
Visualizing the Pyramid of Global Wealth Distribution
Visualizing the Investments of the Ultra-Wealthy
Charted: The Average Cost of Insulin By Country
Ranked: The Best U.S. States for Retirement
Timeline: Cannabis Legislation in the U.S.
Visualizing the Composition of Blood
Visualizing the Relationship Between Cancer and Lifespan
Visualizing the Top Energy Priorities of Major Countries
Visualized: EV Market Share in the U.S.
Progress on 2030 Renewable Energy Targets by Country
Mapped: The Top Middle East Exports by Country
Mapped: Gas Prices in Every U.S. State
Mapped: Which Countries Recognize Israel or Palestine, or Both?
Interactive Map: The World as 1,000 People
Mapped: Recognition of Israel by Country
Mapped: Recognition of Palestine by Country
Mapped: The Expansion of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization
All the Metals We Mined in One Visualization
200 Years of Global Gold Production, by Country
Charted: America’s Import Reliance of Key Minerals
Ranked: The World’s Top Cobalt Producing Countries
How Big is the Market for Crude Oil?
Visualizing All the World’s Carbon Emissions by Country
Ranked: The Foods With the Largest Environmental Impact
The 2023 Utility Decarbonization Index
Ranked: The Most Carbon-Intensive Sectors in the World
Tracking Antarctica Sea Ice Loss in 2023
Can Uranium be Great Again? Uranium miners up 59% since election on pro-nuclear hopes The Chart of the Week is a weekly Visual Capitalist feature on...
...the highest rate seen since the Great Depression. The Great Recession (2009) The most recent recession in memory peaked with 10.0% in unemployment in October 2009....
The Net Worth of Every US President In the modern US political system, it costs billions of dollars to rise through the ranks and eventually make...
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...more complex and nuanced than that? The above graphic looks at data from the 2023 Modern Wealth Survey by Charles Schwab, which asks respondents what net...
...between the years 1981 and 1996. This young generation represents around 3.8% of all billionaires on a global basis with a combined net worth of $573.1...
...Here’s a look at who’s gotten richer since the market bottom in March 2020, and just how much their net worth has increased since then: Billionaire...
...in both absolute (€M) and per capita (€ per resident) terms: RankMember StateAbsolute net contribution (€M)Member StatePer capita net contribution (€ per resident) #1 🇩🇪 Germany...
...Sino-Tibetan 34 Hakka Chinese 48M 48M Sino-Tibetan 35 Jinyu Chinese 47M 47M Sino-Tibetan 36 Filipino 45M NA Austronesian 37 Burmese 43M 33M Sino-Tibetan 38 Polish 40M...
...what the U.S. pays for the same achievement Which Countries Award the Highest Olympic Medal Bonus? For many of the world’s top athletes, simply representing their...