viernes, 24 de mayo de 2013

Deuda


El gráfico muestra distintos países del mundo y la relación entre deuda pública y deuda privada como respectivos porcentajes del PBI. Los datos son del 2012. Los colores aluden a las distintas regiones del mundo. El tamaño de los globos, al tamaño relativo del PBI de cada país. La Argentina, abajo, a la izquierda. Japón, al centro, bien arriba, ya fuera del cuadro.

No se pierdan este cuadro que zacamos de Zero Hedge (http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2013-05-24/yet-another-chart-not-big-enough-fit-japan). Los chicos de ZH nos aclaran: "By now every single chart laying out every possible permutation of a hopelessly insolvent and overlevered world has been compiled, created, colored and in some cases, animated and socially networked. The following chart showing global debt dynamics over time from the WSJ is no different: it is animated (check) it has lots of pretty colors (check), and it is quite informative because it remembers that in addition to public sector debt, there is a thing called the private sector (sadly it avoids shadow debt: perhaps someone good at making 3D animated charts should take a stab?) and succeeds in incorporating everything in one cool animation.

Yet why it may be most memorable, or not as the case may be, is that it is merely the latest chart in a seemingly infinite series which are just not big enough to fit Japan.  Perhaps it is time to make a chart of all the charts that need to be bigger to show the true Japanese state of affirs.
That, or in reverence to the sadist joke, pardon "experiment" (as Jens Weidmann would say) that is Abenomics, we can finally start making bigger charts."

El sitio original del cuadro es: http://graphics.wsj.com/national-debts/#i%5B%5D=999. El cuadro es dinámico: corre por años, como una peli, y se pueden seleccionar regiones del mundo para verlo más claro. Ideal para jugar con los chicos este fin de semana.

Hasta la próxima.

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