The Daily Shot Brief – January 24th, 2018

Greetings,

 

 

The United States: Companies increasingly consider the US to be the top market for growth prospects.

Source: @Schuldensuehner

 

Bitcoin: Will more crypto exchanges be hacked this year?

Source: @acemaxx, @crypto, @AutonoFintech

 

Equity Markets: It has been a phenomenal start of the year for stocks globally.

Source: @ConnectedWealth; Read full article

 

Credit: The volume of unitranche loans hit a new high last quarter.

Source: @TRLPC

 

Emerging Markets: Malaysia will be hit the hardest by the US tariffs on solar panels.

Source: @CapEconChina

 

Global Developments: Here is how the IMF’s projections for economic growth in the largest economies compare to the Capital Economics forecasts. The IMF tends to be much too optimistic..

Source: FTN Financial

 

Rates: Inflation expectations are rising globally.

Source: BMI Research

 


Food for Thought:The uses for cereal globally.

Source: @HannahRitchie02

 

 

Edited by Joseph N Cohen


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