The Daily Shot Brief – December 3rd, 2019



The United States: The ISM Manufacturing PMI report was surprisingly bad, with key sub-indices coming in below market expectations (PMI below 50 means contraction).

Source: The Daily Shot

Backlog of orders:

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-There are no signs of price pressures.

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The Eurozone: Depositors appear to be less risk-averse as cash moves out of Germany.

Source: @markets; Read full article


Europe: Have European earnings expectations reached a turning point?

Source: TS Lombard


China: Stock market volatility has eased in recent months.

Source: @TheTerminal


Rates: Top banks have been less dominant in the repo market.

Source: @markets; Read full article

As more leveraged participants moved into the Treasury market, the use of repo financing has increased.

Source: @markets; Read full article


Food for Thought: Each state’s financial health:

Source: @howmuch_net; Read full article

Edited by Devon Lall

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