The Daily Shot Brief – February 14th, 2020



United States: Initial and continuing unemployment claims remain at multi-year lows.

Source: The Daily Shot


United Kingdom: The pound rose in response to the resignation of British finance minister Sajid Javid. Traders expect Javad’s replacement to boost government spending, which, in theory, should stimulate growth.

Source: @markets; Read full article


China: China’s total debt-to-GDP ratio climbed sharply last year, hitting another record.

Source: Cantor Fitzgerald Market Strategy Team


Rates: The 30-year bond auction showed strong demand for US long-term paper. The auction yield was the lowest in history.

Source: The Daily Shot


Global Developments: The absolute dollar impact of the coronavirus outbreak dwarfs other epidemics.

Source: @dlacalle_IA, @PwC


Food for Thought: Which technology firm will have the biggest impact on healthcare?

Source: CB Insights

Edited by Daniel Moskovits

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