The Daily Shot Brief – February 14th, 2019



The United States:Here is the trend in bankruptcies and foreclosures.

Source: NY Fed


The Eurozone: Here is the industrial production breakdown. Is the worst over for the Eurozone’s industrial output?

Source: Natixis


Equities: Earnings recessions haven’t typically coincided with economic downturns in recent years.

Source: BMO, @SamRo


Credit: A weak CLO market has been a drag on leveraged loan performance.

Source: Credit Suisse


Global Developments: Here is a forecast for the 2019 growth across advanced economies.

Source: @GregDaco, @OxfordEconomics


Food for Thought: No correlation between players’ height and scoring in the NBA:

Source: @3rdreviewer


Edited by Joseph Cohen

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