The Daily Shot Brief – January 9th, 2019



The United States: The current economic expansion is on track to become the longest on record.

Source: Jack Ablin, Cresset Wealth Advisors


China: Residential building activity should remain robust amid lower inventories.

Source: Credit Suisse


The Eurozone: Will we see a sharp decline in French industrial production as well?

Source: Rothko Research


Credit: Investment-grade debt continues to underperform high-yield. The chart below compares spread movements over the past six months.

Source: @TheTerminal


Emerging Markets: India’s stocks look expensive.

Source: Goldman Sachs, @ANINDYA_MUMBAI, @indiacharts


Global Developments: What worries asset allocators in 2019?

Source: BlackRock


Food for Thought: Italians’ views on food across Europe:

Source: @brilliantmaps; Read full article



Edited by Joseph Cohen

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