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This chart shows every recession the US has gone through since 1960, and how they compare to the economic meltdowns of other countries

The US yield curve has inverted, which is generally marked as a recession warning. We looked at recessions going back to 1960 across the world.

These 9 charts from Apple’s most recent quarter show the tricky situation it’s in as it moves away from the iPhone and towards services

Apple is in the middle of a major shift from its long reliance on iPhone sales. These charts show how it's going.

PRESENTING: The most important charts in the world from the 49 brightest minds on Wall Street

The most sought-after minds on Wall Street share the biggest themes in markets, why they matter, and what to do about them.
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Ariana Grande’s own fans are boycotting ‘7 rings’ to try to get one of her other singles to No. 1

The Arianators created the hashtag #BOYCOTT7RINGS in an attempt to topple the song from No. 1.
Younger workers tend to have lower incomes than older workers.

Here’s what the typical American worker earns at every age

We estimated the median income for full-time, year-round American workers at each year of age using data from the US Census Bureau.
An advertisement for gasoline, just one of thousands of items in Winton Group's chart room.

An inside look at Winton, the $27 billion British hedge fund that’s decked out with fossils, statues of Paddington Bear, and a chart-filled room...

The chart room is a tribute to financial history which also serves as a reference point for the fund's staff when looking at market trends. Charts are crucial to Winton's philosophy, with Harding calling graphical representations "the only sensible way to engage with economic history."

This is the greatest Tesla chart of all time

Tesla CEO Elon Musk was facing an SEC lawsuit last week that would have banned him from serving as a public-company officer if a court had found him guilty of fraud. Tesla shares plunged as a result. After Musk settled over the weekend, Tesla surged on Monday and closed up 17%.

How much the average American millennial, Gen Xer, and baby boomer spends each year eating out

Americans of all ages like to eat out from time to time, but Gen Xers tend to spend more on average at restaurants and on takeout than other generations.

Public worries about self-driving cars are spiking after a pedestrian was killed by a robo-car

More and more people believe that self-driving cars are less safe than vehicles operated by a human being.

Cloud computing has caused a huge spike in the demand for data centers

$20 billion was spent on North American data centers in 2017 alone,.