The Daily Shot Brief – April 10th, 2019



The United States: An index based on legal transactions (LegalShield) does not support the recent jump in existing home sales.

Source: LegalShield


The Eurozone: The “gilets jaunes” movement persists.

Source: Oxford Economics


Equities: The global corporate earnings newsflow index has stabilized.

Source: Absolute Strategy Research


China: The housing market policy conditions remain tight (in 2017 Beijing tightened requirements for home purchase).

Source: Goldman Sachs


Global Developments: Here is the percentage of countries that are in expansion mode.

Source: SunTrust Private Wealth Management



Food for Thought: Rental occupancy rates:

Source: John Burns Real Estate Consulting




Edited by Joseph Cohen

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