The Daily Shot Brief – April 25th, 2019



The United States: Here we have the year-over-year changes in housing listings.

Source: John Burns Real Estate Consulting


Eurozone: Credit/lending related online search activity has been improving.

Source: Arbor Research & Trading


Equities: The correlation between stocks and the Citi Economic Surprise Index has broken down.

Source: @LizAnnSonders, @Citi


China: This chart shows China’s two-way capital flows (resident vs. non-resident).

Source: IIF


Global Developments: Here are some examples of long periods without an official recession. Maintaining an extended period of near-full employment is much harder.

Source: CIBC Capital Markets


Food for Thought: Investor interest in AI:

Source: Alpine Macro



Edited by Joseph Cohen

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