The Daily Shot Brief – April 11th, 2019



The United States: Here is the breakdown of monthly price changes in the core goods CPI.

Source: Nomura Securities


The Eurozone: Will the rebound in Asia provide some relief for the ECB?

Source: Nordea Markets


Equities: Retail investors remain cautious, suggesting that there may be more upside for the stock market.

Source: TD Ameritrade


China: This chart shows China’s exports by destination.

Source: Gavekal


Credit: This chart shows the EBITDA growth rates for high-yield names.

Source: CreditSights



Food for Thought: Micro-mobility growth:

Source: Barclays Research



Edited by Joseph Cohen

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