The Daily Shot Brief – January 23rd, 2019



The United States: Are sentiment indicators (driven in part by the government shutdown) signaling a sharp deceleration in consumer spending?

Source: @MikaelSarwe


China: Exports are expected to slow in the months ahead.

Source: Fitch Solutions Macro Research


The Eurozone: China’s slowdown has been one of the key drivers of economic weakness in the Eurozone.

Source: Pantheon Macroeconomics


Equities: Here is what happened with the recent market corrections.

Source: SunTrust Advisory Services


Credit: Below is another chart on the size of the BBB corporate bond universe.

Source: Barclays Research, @tracyalloway

Food for ThoughtPangaea with current international borders:

Source: @brilliantmaps; Read full article



Edited by Joseph Cohen

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