The annual Misery Index ranks the most and least miserable countries, based on four economic factors—unemployment, inflation, lending rates, and GDP growth.
Since 1994, the political divide in the United States has only become more extreme. How have American feelings across major issues evolved over time?
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According to the latest World Bank data, the global economy is now $85.8 trillion in nominal terms. Here's how it breaks down.
This interactive visual shows the countries best prepared for the shift to autonomous vehicles, as well as the associated societal and economic impacts.
By 2030, the complexion of the global economy could look very different. This animation shows how the world's biggest economies will change over time.
Evidence is growing that the nature of globalization is changing dramatically - and the countries, companies, and workers that benefit are changing as well.
This infographic provides a glimpse into the world of regtech, a booming tech sector that's helping financial firms to comply with onerous regulations.
Just four countries (U.S., China, Japan, and Germany) account for nearly two-thirds of global expenditures on R&D. Here's global data on R&D visualized.
While the U.S. economic picture remains quite rosy, things change quickly when you zoom to the local level. This map shows the country's distressed communities.