The Daily Shot Brief – April 9th, 2019



The United States: Business credit applications have slowed in the first quarter.

Source: The Daily Feather


The Eurozone: The euro’s historical volatility has tumbled this year (60-day vol shown below).

Source: @TheTerminal


Equities: International developed markets look increasingly undervalued vs. the US.

Source: SunTrust Private Wealth Management


China: Lending is on the rise again.

Source: Danske Bank


Global Developments: The ANZ Global Leading Index shows signs of stabilization.

Source: ANZ Research


Food for Thought: Why are you renting?

Source: John Burns Real Estate Consulting



Edited by Joseph Cohen

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