The Daily Shot Brief – July 15th, 2022



The United States: Mortgage applications dipped below 2015 levels, down about 18% from a year ago.

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The Eurozone: The euro briefly dipped below parity but rebounded.

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Italian politics are spooking debt markets again.

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China: The economy contracted more than expected last quarter.

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On the bright side, the rebound in retail sales was larger than expected.

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Commodities:  Industrial commodities continue to face headwinds. Here’s a look at Bloomberg’s industrial metals index.

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Equities: According to the PPI report, corporate margin growth is off the highs but is not crashing.

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Food for Thought: Here’s a look at attempts to bring down inflation in the 1970s.

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Lastly, let’s take a look at some fascinating body maps of human emotions. Increased sensations are red/yellow and decreased sensations are blue.

Source: Aalto University, h/t Charles Carter Read full article


Edited by Alexander Bowers

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