graphic of the day

Australia and New Zealand property boom – Graphic of the day

Australia and New Zealand are looking outside traditional monetary policy to cool red-hot housing markets in their biggest cities without hurting borrowers, banks and their economies. Today’s graphic looks at the property boom occurring in Australia and New Zealand.

property boom

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Capex cuts at major oil & gas companies – Graphic of the day

A 40% drop in oil prices has shaken up the energy sector, forcing companies to reevaluate projects, sift through balance sheets to cut costs and preserve cash. Today’s graphic shows the change in capital expenditure at major oil and gas companies.

capex

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U.S. counterfeit goods seizures – Graphic of the day

More than 85% of counterfeit goods seized by U.S. customs and border officials last year originated in China and Hong Kong. Today’s graphic shows the value and number of seizures in the last two years.

counterfeit

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Managed honey bee colony loss increase – Graphic of the day

According to a new report, honey bees disappeared at a staggering rate over the last year. Today’s graphic shows the annual managed honey bee colony losses by state and overall.

honey bees

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Top 20 tech/media/telecom deals – Graphic of the day

Verizon plans to buy AOL for $4.4 billion in an effort to find new growth avenues like mobile video and targeted advertising. Today’s graphic lists the top 20 worldwide technology/media/telecom deals, YTD.

media deals

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Expected revenues from the sale of carbon allowances – Graphic of the day

All EU nations will earn more cash as a result of a new deal to reform the world’s biggest carbon markets. Poorer nations, including heavily indebted Greece, are the biggest winners. Today’s graphic shows the biggest (% of gain) and absolute winners in European nations expected revenue from the sale of carbon allowances.

revenues from carbon allowances

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Nintendo profit forecast – Graphic of the day

After a long-awaited entry into smartphone gaming, Nintendo forecast that this new market would help the company double annual operating profit in the year through March, offsetting weak sales growth in its traditional consoles. Today’s graphic shows a timeline of Nintendo game console releases in tandem with the company’s share price performance.

Nintendo

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[UPDATE] Australian banking sector outlook – Graphic of the day

UPDATE: We added a fourth bank (National Australia Bank) to the graphic.

Australian banks, renowned for their strong returns, face an earnings slowdown in coming years as stricter capital rules and a softening economy are set to put brakes to the stellar run of record profits and dividend growth. Today’s graphic looks at the earnings history and share performance of three of Australia’s largest banks.

Australia banks

Source: Thomson Reuters Eikon

Indonesia’s oil industry – Graphic of the day

Income from the oil and gas sector accounts for a fifth of revenue in Indonesia. However, revenue is expected to drop by at least a third this year, as a fall in production costs fails to keep pace with plunging oil prices and threatens to limit future output. Today’s graphic looks at Indonesia’s struggling oil industry.

indonesia oil

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Credit ratings – Graphic of the day

Last week, Moody’s cut Greece’s credit rating deeper into junk territory due to uncertainty over whether the country will be able to reach a deal with its international lenders in time to meet upcoming debt repayments. Today’s graphic lists the long-term sovereign debt ratings for some of the world’s major economies.

credit ratings

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