The Daily Shot Brief – July 23rd, 2019



The United States: This chart shows the contributions to Atlanta Fed’s GDPNow estimate for the second-quarter GDP growth.

Source: Absolute Strategy Research


The Eurozone: Financial conditions in the Eurozone have been easing.

Source: Natixis


China: What makes the new STAR Market (see story) different? Below is a comment from Gavekal on the topic.

Source: Gavekal


Emerging Markets: This chart shows each nation’s trade as a share of the GDP.

Source: Scotiabank Economics


Food for Thought: US debt since 1790:

Source: Wells Fargo Securities


Edited by Joseph N Cohen


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