The Daily Shot Brief – July 8th, 2020



United States: Spending by low-income consumers is back to pre-crisis levels.

Source: Hugo Ste-Marie, Portfolio & Quantitative Strategy Global Equity Research, Scotia Capital


Eurozone: Will the recent spike in liquidity boost European shares?

Source: Pantheon Macroeconomics

The European Commission is now estimating the 2020 GDP contraction at 8.7%.

Source: @business; Read full article


China: Here is Goldman’s forecast for China’s stock market.

Source: @ISABELNET_SA, @GoldmanSachs


Credit: Many properties backing commercial mortgage-backed securities (CMBS) loans have faced deteriorating fundamentals over the past quarter. The chart below shows an assessment by Moody’s (red-yellow-green is associated with high- to low-risk scores).

Source: Moody’s Investors Service


Global Developments: Are concerns about inflation overblown?

Source: Oxford Economics


Food For Thought: Electric cars:

Source: Statista

Edited by Daniel Moskovits

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