IMF Blog: Top 10 Charts of the Week for 2020

2020 will soon be over, and with it an incredibly trying year. The editors at IMFBlog wish you good health and peace over the holidays ahead, and into the new year.

In case you missed some of the compelling facts and figures in our Charts of the Week series this year, we have pulled together your top reads.

Here are the top ten charts of the week for 2020, based on your readership.

1. Global Uncertainty Related to Coronavirus at Record High

2. Unemployment in Today’s Recession Compared to the Global Financial Crisis

3. How the Rich Get Richer

4. Tourism Trauma and COVID-19

5. Low Internet Access Driving Inequality

6. The Crisis is Not Over, Keep Spending (Wisely)

7. Aging Economies May Benefit Less from Fiscal Stimulus

8. Data Disruption: The Impact of COVID-19 on Inflation Measurement

9. Waste Woes in the World

10. Public Opinion on Automation

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