Market Stories in Charts | Week of 13th May 2024

Data discoveries of the week presented in charts. We look at world’s most popular sandwiches, spices production, India’s households assets in equity, growth in NSE registered investors and more.


1.  Here are the world’s top sandwiches 🥪 


2. India is the world’s largest producer and consumer of spices. A look at spice exports trend over the decade.


3. The average Indian household holds 4.7% in equities of its total assets. How much do you have?


4. NSE’s registered investor base grew by 22% during 2023, making it a market of over 85 million investors. A look at the growth trend.


5. Central banks continue buying gold, despite fluctuations in market prices. RBI’s net purchases in gold amounted to 18.51 tonnes in the first quarter of 2024.


6. Tesla prices have never been lower.


7. The sheer scale of US Federal debt!


8. And here’s the cost of servicing that debt – 12% of US govt. spending.


9. US April CPI forecasts by leading American banks.


10. The story of the week was the GameStop meme stock. Back in the news again.


11. Of the US companies that have reported their Q1 earnings, ~80% have beat estimates by an average of 8.41%.


12. Southeast Asia’s GDP per capita, by country.


13. How the leaders in team collaboration stack up.


14. Copper production by country in 2023.


15. The most significant cyber attacks from 2006-2020, by country.


16. Google remains the niche player in the Smartphone market.


17. Global population growth peaked six decades ago.


18. India is a global growth leader, contributing 15% of world output growth in the last decade.


19. Visualising the rise of the U.S. as a top crude oil producer.




Disclaimer: The post, charts and graphs featured in this blog have been curated from various sources on and the web, and represent the perspectives & analyses of the original authors. The ideas and views expressed in these charts do not necessarily reflect the opinions of Kuvera. Furthermore, Kuvera’s commentary on each post is based solely on the data shown within the chart itself and assumes no responsibility for the accuracy or reliability of the data presented. Kuvera is not liable for any interpretations or decisions made by readers based on the featured charts. Readers are advised to conduct their own research and due diligence.


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