The Daily Shot Brief – July 30th, 2019



The United States:  Online searches related to industrial activity have been improving.

Source: Arbor Research & Trading


The Eurozone: German recession risks are not insignificant.

Source: Deutsche Bank Research


China: Here is Hong Kong’s opinion poll on the extradition bill.

Source: BCA Research


Global Developments: Speculative accounts are now net short the dollar in the futures market.

Source: Longview Economics


Food for Thought: British views on the American War of Independence:

Source: @YouGov

Edited by Joseph N Cohen


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