Ever wonder what you would have gotten if you invested $1,000 into the different vaccine stocks at the start of the pandemic?
$1 in 1913 had the same purchasing power as $26 in 2020. This chart shows how the purchasing power of the dollar has changed over time.
Investor optimism regarding vaccine news and the U.S. presidential election has led to record breaking inflows into the stock market.
The largest shipping hubs have gotten bigger and busier. Here’s a look at how the global landscape has evolved over the past 15 years.
The battle against the COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in heightened debt-to-GDP levels across all sectors and countries.
Intangible assets have increased as a portion of total assets in the S&P 500 for 45 years. Today they represent 90% of all assets.
How has global advertising spending shifted over recent decades? We look at the data to see how both the industry and media have evolved.
America's debt recently surpassed $27 trillion. In this infographic, we peel back the layers to understand why it keeps on growing.
This graphic visualizes the fluctuations in advertising spend in the U.S., along with its brutal decline of 13% as a result of COVID-19.
In just a few months, the U.S. economy reeled from COVID-19. As real change in GDP suffered, which states and industries were the hardest-hit?