The Daily Shot Brief – April 24th, 2019



The United States: The correlation between the US and global leading indicators declined recently but remains highly elevated.

Source: Arbor Research & Trading


Europe: Here we have some data on Spain’s political spectrum.

Source: Credit Suisse


Equities: Stocks and rate hike expectations have diverged.

Source: @biancoresearch


China: Here we have the components of China’s current account.

Source: IIF


Global Developments: Global economic surprise indices have been rebounding (except in the US).

Source: Arbor Research & Trading


Food for Thought: International home buyers in the US:

Source: John Burns Real Estate Consulting



Edited by Joseph Cohen

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