The Daily Shot Brief – April 23rd, 2021



United States: Let’s begin with the Kansas City Fed’s manufacturing report, which made history this month. The strength of the region’s factory activity is extraordinary.

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Employment and work-hours indicators soared.

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Eurozone: Euro-area consumer confidence is approaching pre-crisis levels.

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Cryptocurrency: Here are the reasons some investors are not getting into cryptocurrencies.

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Equities: Talk of a capital gains tax hike put some pressure on stocks, especially bank shares. But futures are up this morning as traders buy the dip.

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Rates: The 10yr Treasury yield is at support (50-day moving average).

h/t David Finnerty, @TheTerminal, Bloomberg Finance L.P.


Food For Thought: Happiness vs. job autonomy:

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Edited by Daniel Moskovits

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