The Daily Shot Brief – July 2nd, 2019



The United States: Business and consumer surveys have diverged.

Source: Arbor Research & Trading


The Eurozone: German retail sales fell in May (second decline in a row).

Source: @nghrbi


China: China’s overnight rates dipped below 1% (lowest in a decade). The first chart shows the 1-day repo rate (secured financing), and the second chart is the overnight SHIBOR.

Source: The Daily Shot


Global Developments: Here are the year-to-date returns across asset classes.

Source: @technology


Food for Thought: Stats on hourly workers:

Source: Branch


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