Sunday Info-Graph: US Debt Illustrated

Sunday Info-Graph: US Debt Illustrated

As the super committee continues playing color war like Children at camp, the public is unsure what will be next; more austerity, more stimulus something else? This wee the national debt hit $15 trillion. The sunday info-graph deals with this issue. First results from last week’s poll , this week’s poll and book of the week.

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The Growth Map: Economic Opportunity in the BRICs and Beyond by Jim O’Neill. O’Neill is famous for coining the term ‘BRICs’ and Chairman of Goldman Sachs Asset Management . In his new book, O’Neill predicts that China will overtake the US as the world’s largest economy by 2027. Introductory article here.

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[Exclusive] ExodusPoint Is In The Green YTD Led By Rates And EM/ Macro Strategies

Invest ESG Leon CoopermanThe ExodusPoint Partners International Fund returned 0.36% for May, bringing its year-to-date return to 3.31% in a year that's been particularly challenging for most hedge funds, pushing many into the red. Macroeconomic factors continued to weigh on the market, resulting in significant intra-month volatility for May, although risk assets generally ended the month flat. Macro Read More

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