The auto market is expected to jump from $3.5 trillion (2015) to $6.7 trillion (2030) – and 30% of the revenue will come from new services.
The following graphic discusses key themes of the year such as central bank policy, European unity, China, cryptocurrencies, and emerging markets.
Imagine that for every million people on Earth, there was a single dot on a map. What if we went back in time, watched dots accumulate over human history?
If for some reason, you still think that the commodity markets are predictable, today’s chart provides a nice piece of humble pie.
A full green shift still requires plenty of natural resources- they're just not the traditional fossil fuels we're used to.
How does it work? What are the pros and cons? A Visual Capitalist infographic explores ETFs.
For many Canadians, currency movements are an everyday part of life.
We've re-made our most famous infographic of all-time to show you all of the world's money and markets in one giant data visualization!
What would happen if you flipped a switch, and suddenly every new car that came off assembly lines was electric?
Vanadium redox flow batteries (VRFBs) are fairly unique in the battery world.
Ever since the invention of the internal combustion engine, oil has been one of the most crucial commodities on Earth.
Long before the invention of modern day maps or gunpowder, the planet’s major powers were already duking it out for economic and geopolitical supremacy.
While the Yukon only produced 2.2% of Canada’s gold in 2016, the territory’s considerable potential may finally be getting realized in a big way.
Low oil prices are still causing big problems for many countries
How many tons of ink are used to print new U.S. currency notes every day? Today's infographic for The Money Project answers this question, and much more!
Today, Chile is the world's top copper producer with 7 of the 14 biggest mines globally. But it wasn't always that way.
Although Chile has always been noted for its abundant mineral wealth, the country was actually not a notable copper producer even at the beginning of the 20th century.
There are always lessons that can be learned from the “smart money”.
Maps shape our understanding of the world – and in an increasingly interconnected and global economy, this geographic knowledge is more important than ever.
Millions, billions, trillions? Abstract numbers are hard to comprehend, but not when you visualize them.
In some counties in the U.S., especially those with lots of oil and gas activity, there are billions of gallons of waste water, brackish water, or saline water that aren’t potable for human consumption.
After decades of hyper-growth and worsening pollution, China has fully embraced rapid transit as a way to keep cities moving.
These charts show how energy experts, including those from the U.S. government, have fared at forecasting the emergence of solar energy over the last couple decades.
Today’s infographic comes from Eurocontrol Technics Group, and it highlights the global problem of fuel theft.
Whether we’re discussing the ancient merchants that traversed the legendary Silk Road, or the transfer of goods across modern border lines, trade has always been about building close relationships.