The Daily Shot Brief – January 17th, 2019



The United States: Business investment is expected to cool.

Source: Oxford Economics


China: China’s money supply expansion has been lagging loan growth (liquidity is not making its way into the broader economy).

Source: Credit Suisse

This scatterplot shows corporate profitability vs. the velocity of money.

Source: Credit Suisse


The Eurozone: According to Goldman Sachs, government debt spreads will widen in the post-QE environment.

Source: Goldman Sachs


Equities: This chart shows the S&P 500 holding its decade-long support trend line.

Source: Fitch Solutions


Global Developments: The chart below shows tech companies’ contribution to total corporate earnings (LTM = last twelve months).

Source: Goldman Sachs, @TeddyVallee


Food for Thought: Internet giants:

Source: @VisualCap; Read full article




Edited by Joseph Cohen

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