The Daily Shot Brief – August 30th, 2019



The United States: Consumers are less enthusiastic about purchasing a vehicle.

h/t The Daily Feather


Eurozone: There is downside risk to Germany’s employment growth.

Source: Pantheon Macroeconomics


China: How sensitive are Asian currencies to movements in the renminbi?

Source: Goldman Sachs


Equities: August is typically a good month for share buybacks.

Source: @TeddyVallee


Food for Thought: Europe’s biggest beer producers:

Source: Statista


Edited by Joseph N Cohen


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