Charted: The Dipping Cost of Shipping
The Biggest Global Risks of 2023
Prediction Consensus: What the Experts See Coming in 2023
The U.S. Stock Market: Best and Worst Performing Sectors in 2022
Top Heavy: Countries by Share of the Global Economy
Infographic: 11 Tech Trends to Watch in 2023
Ranked: The Top 50 Most Visited Websites in the World
Timeline: The Most Important Science Headlines of 2022
Mapped: The Most Innovative Countries in the World in 2022
The $16 Trillion European Union Economy
Visualizing $65 Trillion in Hidden Dollar Debt
Ranked: The World’s Wealthiest Cities, by Number of Millionaires
U.S. Inflation: How Much Have Prices Increased?
Visualizing Currencies’ Decline Against the U.S. Dollar
Visualizing the Composition of Blood
Visualizing the Relationship Between Cancer and Lifespan
Explainer: What to Know About Monkeypox
Visualizing How COVID-19 Antiviral Pills and Vaccines Work at the Cellular Level
Mapped: The Most Common Illicit Drugs in the World
Visualizing U.S. Consumption of Fuel and Materials per Capita
Visualizing China’s Dominance in Battery Manufacturing (2022-2027P)
The Periodic Table of Commodity Returns (2013-2022)
Mapped: Biggest Sources of Electricity by State and Province
Mapped: The Population of India’s States Compared with Countries
Mapped: Which Countries Have the Highest Inflation?
All of the World’s Spaceports on One Map
Map Explainer: The Caucasus Region
Mapped: The 3 Billion People Who Can’t Afford a Healthy Diet
Visualizing 25 Years of Lithium Production, by Country
Ranked: The World’s Largest Copper Producers
All the Metals We Mined in 2021: Visualized
A Visual Crash Course on Geothermal Energy
Ranked: The World’s Top Cotton Producers
Visualizing Mismanaged Plastic Waste by Country
Visualizing Changes in CO₂ Emissions Since 1900
Do investors see an accurate depiction of market data in Canada? The answer is surprising.
Mind-blowing fact: 52% of Canadian-listed mining companies are now considered "zombies", or companies with negative working capital.
A recent report suggests that nearly 600 or 40% of listed mining companies in Canada do not meet continuous listing requirements.