The Daily Shot Brief – December 2nd, 2019



China: Corporate bond defaults have become the new normal.

Source: Cantor Fitzgerald Market Strategy Team


Asia-Pacific: South Korea’s November report on trade showed no indication of a meaningful rebound in exports.

Source: The Daily Shot

However, the manufacturing PMI index shows signs of stabilization.

Source: IHS Markit; Read full article


United States: Morgan Stanley’s CapEx expectations index keeps deteriorating.

Source: Morgan Stanley Research


Emerging Markets: Latin American currencies have underperformed this year amidst political turmoil. However, the Mexican peso performed better than regional peers versus the US dollar.

Source: Koyfin, @DantesOutlook


Rates: The map below shows the target inflation rates set by central banks around the world.

Source: @markets; Read full article


Food for Thought: Broadband and cellular service costs by country:

Source: The New York Times; Read full article

Edited by Daniel Moskovits

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