The Daily Shot Brief – December 17th, 2021



United States: The market is still doubting the FOMC’s dot plot. Shorter and intermediate-maturity Treasury yields declined and the curve steepened.

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Emerging Markets: The Turkish central bank cut rates again, sending the lira past 16 to the dollar. Is the easing cycle over?

Source: @WSJ Read full article
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Equities: Investors have been rotating out of cyclical stocks into defensives.

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Commodities: Energy, base and battery metals have significantly outperformed the commodity complex so far this year.

Source: Fitch Solutions Macro Research


Global Developments: Risk-taking has been supported by extraordinarily accommodative monetary conditions.

Source: MRB Partners


Food for Thought: Production costs of cultivated meat:

Source: McKinsey Read full article

Edited by Devon Lall

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