The Daily Shot Brief – February 26th, 2019



The United States: Consumer surveys point to downside risks to vehicle sales.

Source: Deutsche Bank Research


The Eurozone: Here are the details of Germany’s GDP growth.

Source: @nghrbi


Equities: This chart shows the percentage of the S&P 500 stocks trading above the 50-day moving average.

Source: Yardeni Research


China: F/X flows turned positive.

Source: Goldman Sachs


Global Developments: Which nations’ business cycles are most correlated with the rest of the world?

Source: Capital Economics


Food for Thought:  One in three Americans is arrested by the age of 25.

Source: Deutsche Bank Research



Edited by Joseph Cohen

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