The Daily Shot Brief – April 26th, 2019



The United States: This map shows the index of leading economic indicators by state.

Source: John Burns Real Estate Consulting


Eurozone: Here are the (government) debt-to-GDP ratios for select economies (with the UK thrown in for comparison).

Source: @jsblokland


Equities: With 20% of earnings reports in, EPS growth is near zero but remains in positive territory (for now).

Source: @charliebilello


China: China’s startups have been attracting quite a bit of private equity capital.

Source: Bain & Company


Global Developments: This chart shows the relative size of population income classes by country.

Source: Deutsche Bank Research

Food for Thought: Americans’ views on social media:

Source: @WSJ; Read full article



Edited by Paul Menestrier

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