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Top Ten Cartoons of the Week – March 28, 2020

Here are the 15 most popular and most reprinted CagleCartoons for the week of March 21st through 28th. See these and more in a special section on our newspaper subscribers download site. These are the cartoons that editors download the most, in high resolution, to be published in their newspapers. Enjoy!


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Steve Sack

 


RJ Matson

 


John Cole

 


Nate Beeler



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Jeff Koterba

 


Rick McKee

 


Dave Whamond

 


Adam Zyglis

 

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Split Congress and Sinking Oil Prices

Here’s one I drew a week ago that I forgot to post here! The Democrats have the House and the Republicans have the Senate – I look forward to seeing divided government at work again!

I’m impressed by how quickly oil prices are plummeting, and pulling down that stock market. The cartoon below was an oldie that I drew the last time this happened. There isn’t much news that is truly new news. The same old news seems to happen over and over, so sometimes I dust off an appropriate oldie.

This one needed to be in a vertical format, something that makes editorial cartoons sink. Editors like to leave a standard sized wide box as the editorial cartoon hole to fill each day, so deviating from the standard 1.5 wide by 1 tall box means a cartoon doesn’t get much ink.

But, sometimes I need to break out of the box. I hate being stuck in a box!

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Brexit and the Stock Market Crash – Ouch!

I skipped doing a video on this one as I’m packing everything up for my move back to California!

1132-EUbull500dpiCMYK500Stars signify pain in cartoons, so the Brexit bonk on the head to the stock market bull seemed appropriate. I put a bunch of texture in this one. Maybe someone will print it big.

I’m outta here for a while, driving my car from Nashville to California, and doing some sightseeing on the way – so, sorry, but the cartoons should resume in a couple of weeks.

 

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Sinking Oil Prices Sink Wall Street!

The stock market continued its dive this week. My last cartoon showed the impending doom of the falling Chinese economy, now the falling oil prices are blamed for the latest stock market dump.

I drew this one as a live stream on YouTube and Twitch – want to watch me draw it in real time? Here it is on YouTube …

I’m often asked to show how I color my cartoons, so I did a live stream of coloring this one. Want to watch?  Here it is!

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China’s Stock Market Crashes Down on Wall Street

The stock market took the biggest fall in many years last week as Chinese stocks continued their free fall. I drew this one yesterday as a live stream – well worth an hour and a half of your time to watch the entire drawing unfold in real time below!

I do the Photoshop coloring after I finish the drawing in the video, which is a little unfortunate because it would be nice to see the final art at the end of the video – but the scanning, cleaning up the scan and coloring is pretty boring. Here’s the final art …

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Follow my Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/PoliticalCartoons and my Twitter feed @dcagle where I’ll announce when I’m doing a new drawing stream!

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Dropping Oil Prices Impact Stock Market

Dropping Oil Prices Impact Stock Market © Daryl Cagle,CagleCartoons.com,head,bovine,saudi arabia,venezuela,russia,iran,iraq,oil,prices,energy,bull,wall street,stock market,dow,standard and Poors,Nasdaq,New York Stock Exchange,Economy

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Interest Rates Go Up

Interest Rates Go Up © Daryl Cagle,CagleCartoons.com,interest rates,stock market,Wall Street,graph,crash,stocks,mortgages,bull,business,Economy

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Wrecked Retirement Cartoons

With the ups-and-downs of the stock market over the last couple of weeks, and the threat of a double-dip recession looming, those close to retirement have been getting queasy every time they look at their 401(k) statements.

Check out what cartoonists think of the whole mess with our new Wrecked Retirement cartoon collection.

Mike Keefe / Denver Post (click to view slideshow)

 

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Cartoon Week in Review

Riots in London, a S&P downgrade and a roller coaster of a stock market were some of the stories cartoonists poked fun at during this busy week of news. Catch up on everything you missed by checking out our big Week in Political Cartoons slideshow.

Mike Keefe / Denver Post (click to view slideshow)

 

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Price of Gold

Price of Gold COLOR © Daryl Cagle,MSNBC.com,Fox News Channel,gold,stock market,economy,television,tv

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My Debt Ceiling Cartoons

So President Obama and Republicans finally came to an agreement on extending the debt ceiling. Too bad all their bickering created more problems then it solved…

Many liberals are mad at the President for essentially giving Republicans 98 percent of what they wanted. His posture certainly has changed since entering office…

The stock market plummeted after Standard and Poor’s reduced the country’s AAA rating for the first time in our history. Many have questioned S&P’s integrity, especially since the other two ratings agencies have reaffirmed our AAA rating, but that seems besides the point…

As the stock market plummets, our representatives in Washington scramble to blame each other instead of working together to fix the problem. So much for leadership…

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Wall Street Roller Coaster

Well, so much for yesterday’s recovery.

Stocks are down sharply today, as investors continue to worry about the possibility of a double-dip recession. Instability seems to be the new norm, and if we’re going to be treated to a volatile market of ups and down, might as well enjoy a laugh and check out our new Roller Coaster Ride on Wall Street cartoon slideshow.

Joe Heller / Green Bay Press-Gazette (click to view slideshow)