The Daily Shot Brief – April 16th, 2020



Energy: Crude oil storage facilities are getting filled quickly.

Source: Princeton Energy Advisors


Also, the slump in global liquids production this year will be unprecedented.

Source: @WSJ; Read full article


Credit: US banks’ credit loss provisions are piling up.

Source: @business; Read full article
Source: @markets; Read full article


Also, junk bond ETFs now trade at a premium to their net asset values (NAV).

Source: Pavilion Global Markets


Rates: Central banks are cutting rates at a record pace.

Source: Deutsche Bank Research


United States: Has consumer sentiment bottomed?

Source: @HPS_CS; Read full article


Global Developments: How has business and consumer sentiment changed between February and March?

Source: Oxford Economics


Food for Thought: WHO funding sources:

Source: @bpolitics; Read full article

Edited by Devon Lall

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