The map above shows where you can find the cheapest and most expensive pints in the UK in 2018. Herefordshire & Yorkshire are the cheapest at an average price of just £3.31 a pint whereas Surrey (not London!) is the most expensive at £4.40.
The map above shows which countries use their own currencies and which don’t.
The best known example of countries not using their own currency is the Euro, which is used by 19 of the 28 member states of the EU. These are: Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, and Spain.
However, the Euro is not the only example of a currency used in multiple countries.
The UK’s most profitable FTSE 100 company is little known 3i (private equity and venture capital) which generates a staggering £5,206,406 ($6,858,685 USD) of profit per employee. The Oil & Gas industry generates the highest revenue per employee at £3,733,442 ($4,918,268 USD).
However, Real Estate Investment Trusts are the UK’s most profitable industry, with companies averaging just over £686,000 ($903,705 USD) of profit per employee.
The full data set and interactive charts for all FTSE 100 companies can be found below, but first a few other highlights.
The map above shows how important Canada-USA trade is to each US State and Canadian Province. Unsurprisingly, trade with the US is on the whole more important for Canadian Provinces than it is for US States.
However, both sides would lose in a trade war, Canada just has more to lose than the US does.
The map above is probably the most detailed map of Medieval Trade Routes in Europe, Asia and Africa in the 11th and 12th centuries you can find online. It includes major and minor locations, major and minor routes, sea routes, canals and roads.