The Daily Shot Brief – July 10th, 2019



The United States: Despite US debt levels at multi-decade highs (as % of the GDP), the Federal government continues to enjoy relatively low interest rates (for now).

Source: Commerzbank Research


The Eurozone: The market continues to price in ECB rate cuts this year.

Source: Longview Economics


China: Housing inventory-to-sales ratio continues to trend lower.

Source: Danske Bank


Global Developments: Here are the year-to-date relative performance of equity indices.

Source: Yardeni Research


Food for Thought: Manhattan home prices:

Source: Deutsche Bank Research


Edited by Joseph N Cohen


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