The Daily Shot Brief – February 27th, 2019



The United States: Consumer inflation expectations continue to drift lower.

Source: The Daily Shot


The Eurozone: Here is the UBS Eurozone economic surprise index.

Source: UBS, @DriehausCapital


Equities: It should be a strong year for share buybacks.

Source: The NY Times, @jessefelder


China: Housing inventories continue to moderate.

Source: Credit Suisse


Global Developments: This chart shows the carry (short-term rate differential) for the US dollar vs. select currencies.

Source: @acemaxx, @csresearch


Food for Thought: Heavy-metal bands in Europe:

Source: @JakubMarian, @onlmaps



Edited by Joseph Cohen

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