That’s how much demand for guns rose, year over year, immediately after Barack Obama was elected president in 2008, according to U.S. News and World Report. What’s interesting is that the demand was tied specifically to Obama, surging as Hillary Clinton, who had similar policies on gun control, dropped out of the race.
That’s the percentage of people who say they don’t know their partner’s income. That’s according to a new study from Fidelity investments, which also says about a third of couples had differing answers about their investable assets. Also worth noting: most couples in the study said they had great communication.
That’s how much candidates reported refunding in campaign contributions in the last election cycle, for public relations reasons, because the donor had been involved in criminal activity, or any number of other reasons. The New York Times’ Upshot notes that campaigns don’t give back money often — the refunds made up just 1.4 percent of contributions — but they don’t often vet donors either.
That’s how much the luxury car market in Greece has jumped since the spring. Something like a $60,000 Porsche 911 is not an item you’d expect folks suffering a financial crisis to purchase. But in Greece, some citizens feel their money is safer in luxury cars than in the bank.
That’s about how much an iPhone 6 costs in Venezuela as a result of a lack of supply, and skyrocketing inflation. Bloomberg takes a look at the causes behind the country’s unreasonable smartphone market, which prices the latest iPhone at about 41 times the monthly minimum wage.