The Daily Shot Brief – April 15th, 2020



United States: Many households will not be able to manage their high-interest auto loans.

Source: Deutsche Bank Research


Also, the airline industry is in deep trouble.

Source: FlightAware


Europe: UK government spending and gilt issuance will spike in the months to come.

Source: OBR; Read full article


Will the BoE boost its QE program to absorb all the new debt?

Source: Pantheon Macroeconomics


Also, respondents are also increasingly cutting non-essential spending.

Source: Morgan Stanley Research


Emerging Markets: Capital outflows have been unprecedented.

Source: IIF


Equities: Fund managers are running substantial cash balances.

Source: BofA Merrill Lynch Global Research, @Amdalleq


Rates: The Fed has been buying $70bn of Treasury securities each day.

Source: Deutsche Bank Research


Food for Thought: Eating and drinking during the quarantine:

Source: Morning Consult; Read full article

Edited by Devon Lall

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