10 Charts You Need To See Before The Weekend

Eurozone GDP

The big story continues to be the threat of eurozone contagion to the rest of the global economy.

While the rest of the developed world also has a debt problem, it has yet to impact growth as seriously as the problem in Europe.

The U.S. economy remains in recovery, and China’s growth is now getting out of control.

Barclays Capital has the rundown on all these issues, and we have some of the best charts for you right here.

Deficits across the world are a serious problem...

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But if you can outgrow them, they matter much less.

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Euro bonds may have gotten under control...

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But enormous amounts of debt and austerity budgets are going to damage growth.

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Japan's growth is stagnant, and it looks set for a similar fate to the eurozone.

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The U.S. dollar looks set to rise further against other developed market currencies.

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Unemployment finally looks to be making a turn in the U.S. as well...

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With small business growth a key catalyst.

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Brazil has surging growth from domestic consumers, and may be a better play than...

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China which is showing signs of inflation and is beginning tightening measures.

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