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Go-go, so-so, oh-no: The 10 most important economic charts of the week

Shoppers ride an escalator at a Target Store in Chicago, Illinois.
Reuters/John Gress
Charts by the cart.
By Melvin Backman
Published Last updated This article is more than 2 years old.


The US had an absolutely fantastic jobs report

Euro zone retail sales growth is trending at a nippy pace


Russian inflation is high but not getting much higher

The US trade deficit shrank thanks to fewer imports

The Reserve Bank of Australia didn’t cut rates to make mortgages more affordable

The kwacha got a needed boost after the Bank of Zambia raised rates

Chinese reserves might be falling in the mainland, but Hong Kong’s just hit a new record

Oh no

Brazilian inflation keeps going higher

…and Brazilian industrial production keeps going lower

South Korea trade conditions continue to deteriorate

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