Inequality – Income Mobility Across Generations

Inequality – Income Mobility Across Generations In the United States, it takes five generations for individuals born in low-income families to reach the mean income in society. In Danemark, it takes “only” two generations. Image: Deutsche Bank Global Research

U.S. Corporate Income Tax Rate

U.S. Corporate Income Tax Rate Thanks to Trump’s tax cuts, the median S&P500 company effective tax rate is 19%. Image: Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research

Lower Incomes Paid the Highest Price

Lower Incomes Paid the Highest Price Low-income groups are slowly recovering after the financial crisis. Inequality: you may also like “U.S. Net Worth by Wealth Bracket.” Image: Deutsche Bank Global Research

Income Shares of the Top 1% in Various Countries

Income Shares of the Top 1% in Various Countries The richest 1% of Americans take 20% of national income, but the richest 1% of the Dutch people only 6%. Denmark and the Netherlands are the countries that are the most equal. Image: World Economic Forum

Cumulative Weekly Fund Flows

Cumulative Weekly Fund Flows In terms of fund flows, this chart highlights the decade of fixed income. Image: BofA Global Research