The Daily Shot Brief – April 11th, 2018

Greetings,

 

 

The United States: This chart shows the breakdown of jobs as well as corporate profits by industry.

Source: Bianco Research

 

Equity Markets: Will the dollar weakness boost corporate earnings this year?

Source: LPL Research

 

Credit: Here is an update on high-yield default rares.

Source: Moody’s Investors Service

 

Emerging Markets: Brazilians’ trust in their political leadership is extraordinarily low.

Source: BMI Research

 

Eurozone: Investors are concerned about the Eurozone’s high private-sector debt amid signs of an economic slowdown.

Source: WSJ.com, h/t Paul Menestrier; Read full article

 

Commodities: Gold remains disconnected from real rates.

Source: Scotiabank Economics

 

Energy: The Aramco IPO may overwhelm the Saudi Stock Exchange (as valuations rise with oil prices).

Source: WSJ.com, h/t Paul Menestrier; Read full article

 

Global Developments: This chart shows equity fund flows across major markets.

Source: Deutsche Bank Research

 


Food for Thought: Top imports and exports by state.

Source: @AEI; Read full article

 

Edited by Joseph N Cohen


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