Data discoveries of the week. This week we look at charts on India being No.1 in the global whisky market, India’s underwear sales indicating a recession, Indian budget depicted in a single Rupee, Russia’s war effect on the country, the US stock market compared to the rest of the world and more.
- India is No.1. We are talking about the global Scotch whiskey market. Cheers!
India replaced France as the largest Scotch Whisky market by volume in 2022. Despite double-digit growth, Scotch Whisky still only comprises 2% of the Indian whisky market. Hic🥃#whisky #market pic.twitter.com/GrpXu1TNyB
— Kuvera (@Kuvera_In) February 24, 2023
2. We also examined the financials of India’s leading men’s innerwear brands. Remember the Men’s Underwear Index? Going by numbers, it seems we could be heading into a recession.
🩲 Underwear Index says we might be entering a recession.
Know more in this thread. https://t.co/u5HMdLaTgw pic.twitter.com/PDZ69dcNlz
— Kuvera (@Kuvera_In) February 23, 2023
3. See how the govt. of India earns and spends the rupee it earns. #Budget #income #Expenditure
2 charts to show how the govt. of India 🇮🇳 earns and spends the rupee. #IndiaBudget2023
Here's how a ₹ is earned 👇🏼 pic.twitter.com/AvCo7Rv0kr
— Kuvera (@Kuvera_In) March 1, 2023
4. In other news, Bloomberg Graphics visualised the impact of Russia’s war in Ukraine on Russia. Crushed economy and millions of lives lost and displaced.
Russia’s war in Ukraine has devastated the country’s economy, killed thousands, and displaced millions more who may never return home https://t.co/p9IsYwd3uk pic.twitter.com/QYQPmnV6rI
— Bloomberg Graphics (@BBGVisualData) February 26, 2023
5. Interesting employment data from the US. Number of people working part-time voluntarily is now almost 6x of those who are working part-time but would prefer full-time.
The total number of people working part time voluntarily—22.1 million in January—is now almost **six times** the 4.1 million who are working part time but would prefer full-time hourshttps://t.co/pZYHNTC8J8 pic.twitter.com/1s2dM8Hg57
— Gunjan Banerji (@GunjanJS) February 25, 2023
6. Visual Capitalist shows how the US stock market compares to the rest of the world.
Visualizing the Global Share of U.S. Stock Markets 🌎️https://t.co/L9oblH7qVi pic.twitter.com/Q2CCtmb8Ge
— Visual Capitalist (@VisualCap) February 28, 2023
7. Data centres and Gaming are driving excellent business for leading chipmakers Nvidia and AMD.
Major chipmakers Nvidia and AMD posted better-than-expected results for their latest fiscal quarters. They both performed very well in the data center segment. This chart shows the distribution of revenue by business unit (category).
📊 Read more: https://t.co/qXDNWHHFki pic.twitter.com/eUpaLxQwBH
— TrendForce (@trendforce) February 23, 2023
8. Relationship between money supply growth and Eurozone inflation.
Looks can be deceiving
‘No,’ Money Supply Growth is not your ultimate Inflation Forecaster#inflationhttps://t.co/tK4Vkt5jBH pic.twitter.com/HFYpeMnNp2
— True Insights (@true_insights_) February 28, 2023
9. Nothing here, just all the metals we mined in 2021.
All the Metals We Mined in 2021 ⛏️https://t.co/yPBSJVW2yA pic.twitter.com/yzbmDhDS0H
— Elements (@VCElements) February 27, 2023
10. Over the last 12 months, US Money supply recorded the largest year-over-year decline. FED rate hikes working?
The US Money Supply has fallen 1.7% over the last 12 months, the largest year-over-year decline on record (note: M2 data goes back to 1959). pic.twitter.com/6fDHg7yLnv
— Charlie Bilello (@charliebilello) February 28, 2023
11. Recording the fastest doubling since WW2, The S&P 500 index rose 100% between March ’20 to Aug ’21.
Investors pulled $326 billion from stocks in March 2020, more than triple the previous record from the 2008 financial crisis – moving a record amount to cash. From its closing low on March 23, the SP 500 would gain 100% by August 2021, the fastest doubling in the index since WW2. pic.twitter.com/YPiBsJ45GR
— Peter Mallouk (@PeterMallouk) February 27, 2023
12. Trends for India Consumer Price Index and Wholesale Price Index.
India CPI and WPI inflation trends…
CPI considers prices of a basket of goods & services that are typically consumed by households while WPI tracks prices of commodities that are traded in wholesale markets… pic.twitter.com/QkUuFtptHm
— Amit Gadre (@Longterm_wealth) February 22, 2023
13. 10-year bond yield trends for US, UK, Germany and China. Note the change since Jan 2021.
When #yields were zero/negative, endless stories about financial repression/MMT/etc. popped up, suggesting interest rates would never go up again.
Don't get me wrong low (real) yields are necessary to maintain debt sustainability, but a lot can happen in the meantime. pic.twitter.com/CehKCZrAlU
— jeroen blokland (@jsblokland) March 2, 2023
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