The Daily Shot Brief – April 3rd, 2019



The United States: Regional manufacturing surveys point to slower factory input inflation (priced paid) across the US.

Source: Yardeni Research


The Eurozone: Retail currency traders are betting on a rebound in the euro.

Source: @JohnKicklighter; Read full article


Equities: High-beta shares have been flying high.

Source: The Daily Shot


Commodities: This chart shows China’s commodity consumption.

Source: Capital Economics


Global Developments: The US dollar’s reserve-currency dominance is gradually eroded.

Source: BCA Research


Food for Thought: Brands that took a reputation hit in 2019:

Source: Statista, @larrykim



Edited by Joseph Cohen

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