The Daily Shot Brief – January 14th, 2019



The United States: Morgan Stanley’s business activity indices have moderated recently.

Source: Morgan Stanley Research


China: China’s portfolio flows are back in positive territory.

Source: IIF


The Eurozone: The Eurozone’s actual and potential GDP growth forecasts have been downgraded over the years.

Source: Oxford Economics


EquitiesEquity long/short hedge funds started the year on a positive note.

Source: Deutsche Bank Research


Emerging Markets: Who owns Indonesia’s government bonds?

Source: ANZ Research


Global Developments: The chart below shows the global imbalances over time.

Source: BIS, @MattGarrett3; Read full article


Food for Thought: Government shutdown polls:

Source: The Washington Post, ABC News; Read full article
Source: Fitch Solutions



Edited by Joseph Cohen

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