The Daily Shot Brief – April 14th, 2021



United States: Inflation volatility is back.

Source: Moody’s Analytics


Sustained inflation gains will require stronger wage growth. The latest Evercore ISI survey suggests that it’s a possibility.

Source: Evercore ISI


Eurozone: The ECB’s increase in securities purchases hasn’t been as aggressive as “promised.” Will the market test the central bank with higher yields?

Source: Pantheon Macroeconomics


Asia-Pacific: Singapore is out of recession.

Source: Daily Shot
Source: ING


China: Will we see another state-owned company default? The bond market thinks so.

Source: @markets Read full article


Emerging Markets: Russia’s bonds have underperformed recently as foreign investors pulled out.

Source: @financialtimes Read full article


The possibility of a summit with the US sent the ruble sharply higher.

Source: ABC News Read full article


Food For Thought: Views on making it easier for Americans to vote:

Source: Pew Research Center Read full article

Edited by Devon Lall

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