Looks nice, but .51 is a pretty bad Gini coefficient. Being somewhere under thirty is rare and looks like a Europe only club, but a goal every nation should have… IN MY HUMBLE ASS OPINION.
This article sat right next to one on Brazil’s bear market experiencing poor growth. If you pay attention to Europe then this already appeared to be a likely outcome. Loss is something every major emerging market experienced in the last month, the news had all of BRIC at the brink of of a new stone age. I still expect Brazil to come flying out the gate(On the back of Petrobras, sugar, coffee, and a stable real) in about 2 years, when the crisis in the west is over. I’ll be sitting on this post as proof, my documented, “I told you so”