Here they are: the most important charts in the world.

We asked our favorite portfolio managers, strategists, analysts, and economists across the Street for the charts that they deem the most important right now, and this is what they sent us.

A lot of the focus is on the stock market, as many consider it to be at a critical juncture. The withdrawal of Federal Reserve stimulus and attendant normalization of interest rates is also a hot topic — as is the bloodbath in emerging markets — while many are coming around to the notion that the American economy just can't grow like it used to anymore.

But there are a lot of other things going on as well.

David Bianco, Deutsche Bank

Michael Widmer, BofA Merrill Lynch

Byron Wien, Blackstone Group

James von Simson, Thurleigh Investment Managers

Neville Hill, Credit Suisse

Huw Pill, Goldman Sachs

Joshua Demasi, Loomis Sayles

Michael Feroli, JPMorgan

Steven Englander, Citi

Manmohan Singh, IMF

Toby Nangle, Threadneedle Investments

Bartosz Pawlowski, BNP Paribas

Manos Giakoumis, Euroxx Securities

Vincent Foster

Francisco Blanch, BofA Merrill Lynch

George Goncalves, Nomura

Uldis Zelmenis, BTA Insurance Co

David Marquart, First New York Securities

Gerard Minack, Minack Advisors

Tobias Levkovich, Citi

Harley Bassman, Credit Suisse

Aurelija Augulyte, Nordea

Jens Nordvig, Nomura

George Magnus, UBS

Gabriel Sterne, Exotix

Kit Juckes, Société Générale

Michael Hartnett, BofA Merrill Lynch

Lakshman Achuthan, ECRI

Michael McDonough, Bloomberg LP

Rick Harrell, Loomis Sayles

Sebastien Galy, Société Générale

Matt King, Citi

David Rosenberg, Gluskin Sheff

Russ Certo, Brean Capital

Frederik Ducrozet, Crédit Agricole

Radoslaw Bodys, PKO BP

Owen Callan, Danske Bank

Neal Soss, Credit Suisse

Millan Mulraine, TD Securities

Guillermo Roditi Dominguez, New River Investments

Gina Martin Adams, Wells Fargo

Nicholas Spiro, Spiro Sovereign Strategy

Emad Mostaque, Noah Capital Markets

David Watts, CreditSights

Alexander Ineichen, Ineichen Research & Management

Sean Darby, Jefferies

Dan Dicker, MercBloc

Andrew Wilkinson, Miller Tabak

John Kiff, IMF

Mark Dow, Behavioral Macro

Drew Matus, UBS

David Schawel, Square 1 Bank

Constantin Gurdgiev, Trinity College, Dublin

Gary Shilling

Grant Lewis, Daiwa Capital Markets Europe

Michael Block, Rhino Trading Partners

Nicholas Colas, ConvergEx Group

Vincent Chaigneau, Société Générale

David Cui, BofA Merrill Lynch

Jeff Kleintop, LPL Financial

Jonathan Krinsky, Miller Tabak

Ian Shepherdson, Pantheon Macroeconomics

David Zervos, Jefferies

Naufal Sanaullah, Macro Beat

Charlie Robertson, Renaissance Capital

Stephen Green, Standard Chartered

Bill McBride, Calculated Risk

Peter Tchir, TF Market Advisors

Dan Greenhaus, BTIG

Joshua Brown, Ritholtz Wealth Management

Aswath Damodaran, NYU Stern

Marc Chandler, Brown Brothers Harriman

Matt Busigin, Macrofugue Analytics

Alan Ruskin, Deutsche Bank

Tom Keene, Bloomberg TV

Stephen Baines, Kames Capital

Joseph LaVorgna, Deutsche Bank

Jared Woodard, Condor Options

Wang Tao, UBS

Rich Bernstein, Richard Bernstein Advisors

Sara Eisen, Bloomberg TV

Meb Faber, Cambria Investment Management

Brenda Kelly, IG Markets

Brenda Kelly, IG Markets

Martin Fridson, FridsonVision LLC

Abby Joseph Cohen, Goldman Sachs

Rich Yamarone, Bloomberg Briefs

Cullen Roche, Orcam Financial Group

Tadas Viskanta, Abnormal Returns

John Brynjolffson, Armored Wolf

John Stoltzfus, Oppenheimer

Frank Holmes, US Global Investors

Patrick Chovanec, Silvercrest Asset Management

Sam Stovall, S&P Capital IQ

David Watts, CreditSights

Matt King, Citi

Rick Harrell, Loomis Sayles

David Bianco, Deutsche Bank

Kit Juckes, Société Générale

George Goncalves, Nomura

Francisco Blanch, BofA Merrill Lynch

Toby Nangle, Threadneedle Investments

George Magnus, UBS

Kevin Ferry, Cronus Futures Management

See how their views have changed over the past few months...

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