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Comment of the Day

June 06 2011

Commentary by Eoin Treacy

Email of the day (3)

on monetary measures and quoting from the Service:
"I am a subscriber to your service which I have been following for a number of years. I am the head of a Research department in a financial planning group here in Australia.

"I wanted to clarify what written material in your news service I may use, should I read an interesting comment you or one of your subscribers make - ensuring your publication is credited as the source.

"Your chart library is excellent for many things bar economic data. Would you be able to add some major economic statistics such as country GDP growth, inflation and the like? I believe such charts would certainly support many of the themes you write about.
Many thanks for your insightful research."

Eoin Treacy's view Thank you for your support. You are free to quote from Comment of the Day, within reason, provided you cite as the source. When you quote from any of the outside research posted in Comment of the Day you should naturally credit the originator as the source.

There are a number of charts for economic statistics available in the Chart Library. For examples charts for Australian GDP Absolute & Y0Y, Unemployment, CPI Absolute, Current Account, M3 YoY and Libor can all be found in the Monetary Measures section of the Chart Library.

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