The Daily Shot Brief – December 18th, 2018



The United States: Household income increases have been relatively broad over the past few years.

Source: Credit Suisse


China: China’s stocks look cheap relative to global shares.

Source: Longview Economics


The Eurozone: Is Germany facing a recession?

Source: The Daily Feather


Credit: Investors remain concerned about lower leveraged loan recoveries going forward.

Source: Moody’s Investors Service


Emerging Markets: Mexico’s monetary policy is the tightest in a decade.

Source: Scotiabank Economics


Global Developments: It’s been a tough year for global stocks.

Source: @DavidInglesTV


Food for Thought: Amazon’s apparel market share:

Source: Wells Fargo, @SamRo


Edited by Joseph Cohen

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