Billionaires Index – The famous Bloomberg Updated Index

Billionaires Index – The famous Bloomberg Billionaires Index

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Risk Matrix – Visualize your Exposure

Risk Matrix – Visualize your Exposure

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Ranks – Top 10 Currency Traders

Ranks – Top 10 Currency Traders

Top 10 currency traders
% of overall volume, May 2012
Rank Name Market share
1 Germany Deutsche Bank 14.57%
2 United States Citi 12.26%
3 United Kingdom Barclays Investment Bank 10.95%
4 Switzerland UBS AG 10.48%
5 United Kingdom HSBC 6.72%
6 United States JPMorgan 6.6%
7 United Kingdom Royal Bank of Scotland 5.86%
8 Switzerland Credit Suisse 4.68%
9 United States Morgan Stanley 3.52%
10 United States Goldman Sachs 3.12%
Most traded currencies by value
Currency distribution of global foreign exchange market turnover
Rank Currency ISO 4217 code
(Symbol)
 % daily share
(April 2010)
1
United StatesUnited States dollar
USD ($)
84.9%
2
European UnionEuro
EUR (€)
39.1%
3
JapanJapanese yen
JPY (¥)
19.0%
4
United KingdomPound sterling
GBP (£)
12.9%
5
AustraliaAustralian dollar
AUD ($)
7.6%
6
SwitzerlandSwiss franc
CHF (Fr)
6.4%
7
CanadaCanadian dollar
CAD ($)
5.3%
8
Hong KongHong Kong dollar
HKD ($)
2.4%
9
SwedenSwedish krona
SEK (kr)
2.2%
10
New ZealandNew Zealand dollar
NZD ($)
1.6%
11
South KoreaSouth Korean won
KRW (₩)
1.5%
12
SingaporeSingapore dollar
SGD ($)
1.4%
13
NorwayNorwegian krone
NOK (kr)
1.3%
14
MexicoMexican peso
MXN ($)
1.3%
15
IndiaIndian rupee
INR (INR)
0.9%
Other 12.2%
Total[67] 200%

SOURCE:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Foreign_exchange_market


Visualizing a Trillion?

Visualizing a Trillion?

Courtesy the credit crisis and big bailout packages, the figure “trillion” has suddenly become part of our everyday conversations. One trillion dollars, or 1 followed by 12 zeros, is lots of money but have you ever tried visualizing how big that number actually is?

For people who can visualize one million dollars, the comparison made on CNN should give you an idea about a trillion – “if you start spending a million dollars every single day sinceJesus was born, you still wouldn’t have spend a trillion dollars”.

Another mathematician puts it like this: “1 million seconds is about 11.5 days, 1 billion seconds is about 32 years while a trillion seconds is equal to 32,000 years“.

Now if the above comparisons weren’t really helpful, check another illustration that compares the built of an average human being against a stack of $100 currency notes bundles.

dollar currency notes

A bundle of $100 notes is equiva

lent to $10,000 and that can easily fit in your pocket. 1 million dollars will probably fit inside a standard shopping bag while a billion dollars would occupy a small room of your house.

With this background in mind, 1 trillion (1,000,000,000,000) is 1000 times bigger than 1 billion and would therefore take up an entire football field – the man is still standing in the bottom-left corner.

trillion dollars

SOURCE:http://www.labnol.org/internet/visualize-numbers-how-big-is-trillion-dollars/7814/


World Transport Patterns – Land & Sea

World Transport Patterns – Land & Sea

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