The Daily Shot Brief – August 7th, 2019



The United States: Weaker business orders (and diminishing logistics bottlenecks) point to downside risks for transportation and warehousing jobs.

Source: The Daily Feather


Europe:  European bank stocks continue to underperform.

Source: The Daily Shot


China: Consumption now makes up a greater share of China’s GDP growth.

Source: ANZ Research


Global Developments: This chart shows the global disconnect between manufacturing and services

Source: Deutsche Bank Research


Food for Thought: The US cigarette volume (see story)

Source: @carlquintanilla, @CNBC, @GoldmanSachs

Edited by Joseph N Cohen


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