Friday, July 01, 2005

Graphs Gathered from Blogs (June 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





New House Price Data
Angry Bear
6/01/05




Is Compensation Finally Catching Up?
Angry Bear
6/02/05




Is Compensation Finally Catching Up?
Angry Bear
6/02/05




Is Compensation Finally Catching Up?
Angry Bear
6/02/05






May Jobs Report
Angry Bear
6/03/05







Is the Labor Market Strong or Weak?
Angry Bear
6/03/05




Housing Bubble: "Spreading"
Angry Bear
6/06/05





Are Earnings Rising or Stagnant?
Angry Bear
6/06/05




Are Earnings Rising or Stagnant?
Angry Bear
6/06/05





Labor Markets - Then and Now: An Adverse Supply-side Shock?
Angry Bear
6/09/05




Labor Markets - Then and Now: An Adverse Supply-side Shock?
Angry Bear
6/09/05




Labor Markets - Then and Now: An Adverse Supply-side Shock?
Angry Bear
6/09/05




Adjustable Rate Mortgages and the Housing Bubble
Angry Bear
6/09/05




The Euro and the Trade Deficit
Angry Bear
6/12/05





The Euro and the Trade Deficit
Angry Bear
6/12/05




The Euro and the Trade Deficit
Angry Bear
6/12/05




More Popular Than Cheney
Angry Bear
6/20/05





US Oil Imports
Angry Bear
6/21/05



US Oil Imports
Angry Bear
6/21/05




Housing Stocks v. Residential Investment Flows
Angry Bear
6/22/05




The Impact of Interest Rates on House Prices
Angry Bear
6/27/05




The Impact of Interest Rates on House Prices
Angry Bear
6/27/05




International Saving Comparison
Angry Bear
6/29/05


CALCULATED RISK




Price Rent Ratio Update
Calculated Risk
6/01/05




Price Rent Ratio Update
Calculated Risk
6/01/05




Budget Deficit Improves: Only $588 Billion
Calculated Risk
6/02/05





When the Bubble will Burst
Calculated Risk
6/07/05





Housing Indicators
Calculated Risk
6/08/05





Housing Indicators
Calculated Risk
6/08/05





Housing Indicators
Calculated Risk
6/09/05





Harvard on Housing: "Desperation" Buying
Calculated Risk
6/13/05




May New Home Sales: 1.298 Million
Calculated Risk
6/24/05





May New Home Sales: 1.298 Million
Calculated Risk
6/24/05





May New Home Sales: 1.298 Million
Calculated Risk
6/24/05





May New Home Sales: 1.298 Million

Calculated Risk
6/24/05





Housing: FDIC and California
Calculated Risk
6/29/05





Housing: FDIC and California
Calculated Risk
6/29/05




Dead Parrot Society




Risk in the Current Social Security System
Dead Parrot Society
6/01/05




Economist's View



Fed Watch: Growing Uncertainty About the Path of Monetary Policy
Economist's View
6/03/05




Cato: Conservatives “telling fairy tales” About Refining Capacity
Economist's View
6/04/05





Disapproval over Bush's Handling of Social Security and the Economy Continues to Grow
Economist's View
6/08/05




Disapproval over Bush's Handling of Social Security and the Economy Continues to Grow
Economist's View
6/08/05




Disapproval over Bush's Handling of Social Security and the Economy Continues to Grow
Economist's View
6/08/05




The Dynamic Adjustment to Monetary Shocks
Economist's View
6/16/05





Input Substitution and Grade Inflation
Economist's View
6/18/05







Input Substitution and Grade Inflation

Economist's View
6/18/05




Input Substitution and Grade Inflation
Economist's View
6/18/05



Brad DeLong





Is Inequality a Concommitant of Rapid Growth?
Brad DeLong
6/07/05





Is Inequality a Concommitant of Rapid Growth?
Brad DeLong
6/07/05





The State of the Labor Market
Brad DeLong
6/10/05





Intellectual Garbage Pickup
Brad DeLong
6/28/05




Intellectual Garbage Pickup
Brad DeLong
6/28/05



Macroblog





Jumping The Gun On The Employment Report?
Macroblog
6/03/05






Shiller On The Housing Bubble?
Macroblog
6/05/05





Shiller On The Housing Bubble?
Macroblog
6/05/05




Funds Futures: No Decision
Macroblog
6/06/05





Funds Futures: No Decision
Macroblog
6/06/05




Renminbi Revaluation: How Much Effect?
Macroblog
6/08/05




Renminbi Revaluation: How Much Effect?
Macroblog
6/08/05




Which Way To Greater Growth?
Macroblog
6/12/05





Which Way To Greater Growth?
Macroblog
6/12/05





Federal Funds Probabilities: Measured Pace Fades
Macroblog
6/13/05





Federal Funds Probabilities: Measured Pace Fades
Macroblog
6/13/05





What's The Fed Up To?
Macroblog
6/16/05




What's The Fed Up To? Part 2
Macroblog
6/16/05




What's The Fed Up To? Part 2
Macroblog
6/16/05




What's The Fed Up To? Part 2
Macroblog
6/16/05




This Week's Fed Funds Probabilities
Macroblog
6/19/05





This Week's Fed Funds Probabilities
Macroblog
6/19/05





The Best Advice You Will Get On Thinking About Bubbles
Macroblog
6/25/05





Funds Rate Probabilities: Last Post Before The FOMC Meeting
Macroblog
6/27/05




Funds Rate Probabilities: Last Post Before The FOMC Meeting
Macroblog
6/27/05





Unfinished Business: I "Answer" Max's Questions
Macroblog
6/29/05




Unfinished Business: I "Answer" Max's Questions
Macroblog
6/29/05




Unfinished Business: I "Answer" Max's Questions
Macroblog
6/29/05

Deinonychus antirrhopus





Peak Energy: A Reply to Kevin Drum, Part 1
Deinonychus antirrhopus
6/04/05




Peak Energy: A Reply to Kevin Drum, Part 2
Deinonychus antirrhopus
6/08/05



New Economist





How much burger do you get for your euro, yuan or Swiss franc?
New Economist
6/09/05




Only reform, not rate cuts, can solve the Eurozone's problems
New Economist
6/28/05


Econobrowser





No sign yet of recession
Econobrowser
6/03/05





What's up with oil prices?
Econobrowser
6/04/05




What's up with oil prices?
Econobrowser
6/04/05




What's up with oil prices?
Econobrowser
6/04/05




What's up with oil prices?
Econobrowser
6/04/05




Predicting the Fed's next move
Econobrowser
6/08/05




Oil futures and the future of oil
Econobrowser
6/09/05




Worries about the yield curve
Econobrowser
6/13/05




What is Saudi Arabia up to?
Econobrowser
6/14/05




Babble about a housing bubble
Econobrowser
6/18/05





Another exciting week in oil markets
Econobrowser
6/19/05




Another exciting week in oil markets
Econobrowser
6/19/05




The case for more uniform fuel standards
Econobrowser
6/20/05




Can anything slake China's thirst for oil?
Econobrowser
6/26/05




Can anything slake China's thirst for oil?
Econobrowser
6/26/05




How high do oil prices have to rise before demand actually falls?
Econobrowser
6/27/05



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