The Daily Shot Brief – June 12th, 2018



The United States: What are the risks for the US economy a couple of years from now?

Source: Oxford Economics


The Eurozone: This chart shows the ECB’s bond purchase deviations from the capital key weights.

Source: Goldman Sachs


Rates: The voting FOMC members are a bit more hawkish this year.

Source: Oxford Economics


Equity Markets: The S&P 500 has been highly correlated with the euro lately.

Source: Credit Suisse


Emerging Markets: Growth expectations in Brazil are tumbling.

Source: @DLBiller


Food for Thought: The World Cup’s economic impact:

Source: Reuters, @wef




Edited by Joseph Cohen

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