Wednesday, June 01, 2005

Graphs Gathered from Blogs (May 2005)

Here is a large collection of charts and figures. The data are generally expressed graphically and were gathered from various blogs during the month. Below each graph or chart are the name of the blog and links back to the originating post. The organization is chronological by
blog.

Please note that in many cases, the graphs will be much clearer at the source due to different scaling and because there are often larger and clearer versions available. I forced all graphs into one format and in some cases that affected the clarity.


Angry Bear




March Trade Balance Preview
Angry Bear 5/02/05





Cross-Country Pension Comparisons
Angry Bear 5/02/05




Automobile Sector: Return of Voluntary Export Restrictions?
Angry Bear
5/02/05





Defending China's Pegged Exchange Rate
Angry Bear 5/05/05





April Employment Report
Angry Bear 5/06/05





April Employment Report
Angry Bear 5/06/05




An Unchanged Unemployment Rate
Angry Bear 5/06/05





Construction in the Economy
Angry Bear 5/06/05





Construction in the Economy
Angry Bear 5/06/05




A Suggestion for the New Guy at WSJ's Editorial Page
Angry Bear 5/06/05





When will Housing Slowdown?
Angry Bear 5/08/05





Does Early Retirement Explain the Decline in the Labor Force Participation Rate?
Angry Bear 5/10/05





The US's Comparative Advantage
Angry Bear 5/11/05




Four Years After the 2001 Tax Cut
Angry Bear 5/13/05




US Imports: What and from Where?
Angry Bear 5/11/05





US Imports: What and from Where?
Angry Bear 5/11/05





Inflation in the US
Angry Bear 5/18/05





The Increase in Gasoline Prices - Robert Novak Gets Something Almost Right
Angry Bear 5/27/05



Fact Checking Kudlow's Latest
Angry Bear 5/27/05



Housing, the Fed and M3
Angry Bear 5/30/05




Housing, the Fed and M3
Angry Bear 5/30/05




Housing, the Fed and M3
Angry Bear 5/30/05




Yield Curve Narrows
Calculated Risk 5/03/05





Senatorial Sciolism
Calculated Risk 5/03/05





Slight Deficit Improvement

Calculated Risk 5/04/05






Buffett and FDR

Calculated Risk 5/04/05




Not Seasonally Adjusted Non-Farm Payroll
Calculated Risk 5/06/05





March Trade Deficit (Due Wednesday)
Calculated Risk 5/09/05





US Trade Deficit: $55 Billion for March
Calculated Risk 5/11/05





US Trade Deficit: $55 Billion for March

Calculated Risk 5/11/05






Krugman, Housing, etc.
Calculated Risk 5/22/05




Forecasting the Trade Deficit: Part II.
Calculated Risk 5/23/05




Forecasting the Trade Deficit: Part II.

Calculated Risk 5/23/05



Forecasting the Trade Deficit: Part II.
Calculated Risk 5/23/05




Forecasting the Trade Deficit: Part II.
Calculated Risk 5/23/05




Forecasting the Trade Deficit: Part II.

Calculated Risk 5/23/05




April New Home Sales: 1.316 Million.
Calculated Risk 5/24/05





April New Home Sales: 1.316 Million.
Calculated Risk 5/24/05





April New Home Sales: 1.316 Million.
Calculated Risk 5/24/05





Housing and M3
Calculated Risk 5/29/05





Housing and M3
Calculated Risk 5/29/05



Employment to population ratio--behind the headlines
William Polley 5/09/05




Employment to population ratio--behind the headlines
William Polley 5/09/05



Employment to population ratio--behind the headlines
William Polley 5/09/05




This Week's Report On The Future Course Of Monetary Policy: All The Action Down
The Road

macroblog 5/02/05





This Week's Report On The Future Course Of Monetary Policy: All The Action Down
The Road

macroblog 5/0205





This Week's Report On The Future Course Of Monetary Policy: All The Action Down
The Road

macroblog 5/0205



The Current Fed Funds Forecasts: October Wide Open
macroblog 5/0705


The Current Fed Funds Forecasts: October Wide Open
macroblog 5/0705





The Bank Of England Raises The Inflation Alert Level
macroblog 5/11/05





The Bank Of England Raises The Inflation Alert Level
macroblog 5/11/05



On The Housing Market and Consumer Spending: More From The Bank Of England
macroblog 5/11/05





On The Housing Market and Consumer Spending: More From The Bank Of England
macroblog 5/11/05





On The Housing Market and Consumer Spending: More From The Bank Of England
macroblog 5/11/05





The U.S. Current Account Deficit: How Big Is Sustainable?
macroblog 5/11/05





Fed Funds Probabilities: A Busy Week, But In The End Not Much Change
macroblog 5/16/05





Fed Funds Probabilities: A Busy Week, But In The End Not Much Change
macroblog 5/16/05




The EU Productivity Bust
macroblog 5/18/05





Implied Funds Rate Probabilities: Nothing Much New
macroblog 5/23/05





Implied Funds Rate Probabilities: Nothing Much New
macroblog 5/23/05




Pressure Buiding On The ECB?
macroblog 5/25/05

Help Wanted?
macroblog 5/31/05




This Week's Funds Probabilities
macroblog 5/31/05




This Week's Funds Probabilities
macroblog 5/31/05



UK election: What will the outcome be?
New Economist 5/04/05



Holtz-Eakin Takes the Hill?
Dead Parrot Society 5/20/05




Why Oh Why Can't We Have a Better Press Corps? (Yet Another New York Times Edition)
Brad DeLong's Semi-Daily Journal 5/7/05




Why Oh Why Can't We Have a Better Press Corps? (Yet Another New York Times Edition)
Brad DeLong's Semi-Daily Journal 5/7/05



Our Not-Very-Sane Tax System
Brad DeLong's Semi-Daily Journal 5/8/05





More Intellectual Garbage Pickup
Brad DeLong's Semi-Daily Journal 5/24/05




More Intellectual Garbage Pickup
Brad DeLong's Semi-Daily Journal 5/24/05




A Defender of Daniel Okrent on Paul Krugman... Well, Half a Defender
Brad DeLong's Semi-Daily Journal 5/30/05


Changes in Non-Mortgage Consumer Debt in Recent Years
Economist’s View 5/7/05


Changes in Non-Mortgage Consumer Debt in Recent Years
Economist’s View 5/7/05



Trends in Inventory to Sales Ratios for Manufacturing, Retail, and Wholesale
Economist’s View 5/9/05



Retail Sales Report Later This Week: Will The US Follow The Sharp Fall in the UK?
Economist’s View 5/10/05



What Explains Variation in the Index of Consumer Sentiment?
Economist’s View 5/11/05



What Explains Variation in the Index of Consumer Sentiment?
Economist’s View 5/11/05



Is Pozen-Bush a Better Deal for Younger Workers? Benefit Cuts by Age and Income
Economist’s View 5/16/05



Is Pozen-Bush a Better Deal for Younger Workers? Benefit Cuts by Age and Income
Economist’s View 5/16/05



Noisy Signals and the Persistence of Monetary Policy
Economist’s View 5/19/05




Noisy Signals and the Persistence of Monetary Policy
Economist’s View 5/19/05



Recent Changes in the Unemployment Gap
Economist’s View 5/20/05




It’s the Economy Stupid (and Iraq Too)
Economist’s View 5/20/05





It’s the Economy Stupid (and Iraq Too)
Economist’s View 5/20/05





It’s the Economy Stupid (and Iraq Too)
Economist’s View 5/20/05





It’s the Economy Stupid (and Iraq Too)
Economist’s View 5/20/05





It’s the Economy Stupid (and Iraq Too)
Economist’s View 5/20/05


Does It Matter How Aggregate Activity Is Measured?
Economist’s View 5/28/05


Does It Matter How Aggregate Activity Is Measured?
Economist’s View 5/28/05



UPDATE: Suggested by EU Rota:



EU Economy: Stat of the Day – Unemployment
EU Rota
5/11



EU Economy: Stat of the Day - GDP Growth

EU Rota
5/12




EU Economy: Stat(s) of The Day - The Young Ones
EU Rota
5/13


EU Economy: Stat of the Day - Government Consumption of GDP
EU Rota
5/14



EU Economy: Stat of The Day - Labor Productivity
EU Rota
5/15


Dutch Economy: Zalmthing Happened
EU Rota
5/19


EU Inflation: Fun With Numbers
EU Rota
5/20


EU Economy: A Post in Pictures
EU Rota
5/21



EU Economy: Lisbon 2000 – 2005
EU Rota
5/24



Dutch Economy: The CPI Myth
EU Rota
5/25

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