The Daily Shot Brief – August 12th, 2019



The United States: Several leading indicators, such as manufacturing labor costs and oil prices, point to slower inflation ahead.

Source: Alpine Macro


Europe: Dutch industrial sales fell by more than 10% (from the previous year) for the first time in a decade.

Source: The Daily Shot


China: Goldman estimates that capital outflows have picked up, although nothing like we saw in 2015.

Source: Goldman Sachs


Global Developments: Capital Economics expects global bond yields to rebound from multi-year lows.

Source: Capital Economics


Food for Thought: Top 10 locations for Chinese buyers of US homes:

Source: Ali Wolf, Meyers Research


Edited by Joseph N Cohen


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