The Daily Shot Brief – April 23rd, 2020



United States: Will the April unemployment rate hit 15%?

Source: Commerzbank Research

The Bloomberg consensus for the second quarter is 12.8%.

Source: @TheTerminal


Eurozone: The ECB’s portion of the Eurozone government debt will keep rising.

Source: @fwred


Energy: The implied demand for US refined products seems to have stabilized.

Source: Princeton Energy Advisors


Credit: How much will the high-yield default rate rise?

Source: Oxford Economics


Global Developments: The US dollar has weakened against all other G10 currencies over the past two weeks, most notably risk-sensitive ones like the Aussie dollar.

Source: Morgan Stanley Research


Food for Thought: Telling lies at work:

Source: @WSJ; Read full article

Edited by Daniel Moskovits

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