The Daily Shot Brief – July 1st, 2019



The United States: Corporate  confidence has deteriorated. Here is the Vistage CEO Confidence Index.

Source: Vistage


The Eurozone: The euro-area inflation remains relatively soft, which is boosting the probability of the ECB implementing further easing measures.

Source: @nghrbi


China: China’s financial conditions have been improving this year. Will the GDP follow?

Source: ANZ Research


Emerging Markets: Real money flows into EM have accelerated recently.

Source: @RobinBrooksIIF


Food for Thought: First cell phone by age (Gen-Z vs. Millennials):

Source: Morgan Stanley Research


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