The Daily Shot Brief – April 17th, 2019



The United States: When will the economic cycle peak? Here is a survey of investors and business executives.

Source: Corbin Advisors

Eurozone: Germany’s CapEx orders growth should bottom out as China’s economy rebounds.

Source: BlackRock


Equities: Analysts’ forecasts for stock prices and earnings growth have diverged.

Source: @jessefelder, @sentimentrader; Read full article


China: One of the drivers of China’s industrial rebound has been the fiscal stimulus.

Source: TS Lombard


Global Developments: This chart shows exports vs. imports for the largest economies.

Source: ANZ Research


Food for Thought: A study on orchestra auditions:

Source: Claudia Goldin & Cecilia Rouse, @arindube



Edited by Joseph Cohen

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