The Daily Shot Brief – July 22nd, 2019



The United States: The charts below show consumer loan application rates (the percentage of households applying for loans) and rejection rates.

NY Fed


The Eurozone: Germany’s stock market performance over the past fifteen years has been driven by dividends.

Source: @Schuldensuehner


China: Below is an illustration of China’s tech sector manufacturing supply chain.

Source: Credit Suisse


Global Developments: This chart shows the employment rates for 55-64 year-olds by country.

Source: @WSJ; Read full article


Food for Thought: Top destinations of US travelers abroad:

Source: Statista


Edited by Joseph N Cohen


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