The Daily Shot Brief – December 8th, 2017



The United States: Where are we currently in terms of the financial and business cycles?

Source: Morgan Stanley Wealth Management


Rates: Will the 10yr Treasury yield resistance line hold next year?

Source: Dimitri Delis, Piper Jaffray & Co


The Eurozone: Analysts remain convinced that based on the real rate differentials, the euro is significantly overvalued.

Source: BMI Research


Equity Markets: Flows into US large cap ETFs have been impressive.

Source: Credit Suisse


Emerging Markets: Are EM currencies out of line with the fundamentals?

Source: BMI Research


Credit: Leveraged firms have been dragging down the telecom equity sector. They are also weighing on the high-yield bond index.

Source: Morgan Stanley Wealth Management


Energy Markets: Houston is becoming a major hub for oil storage, competing with Cushing, OK. Is it time for Houston-settled crude oil futures?

Source:; Read full article


Bitcoin: Bitcoin blasts past $15k, $16k, $17k in less than 24 hours.

Source: @PostGraphics; Read full article


Food for Thought: Bars vs. grocery stores.

Source: @onlmaps


Have a great weekend!

Edited by Joseph N Cohen

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