The Daily Shot Brief – June 13th, 2018



The United States: An updated economic expansion forecast from John Burns:

Source: John Burns Real Estate Consulting


Asia: The central bank policy rate differential between Asia and the US is narrowing.

Source: ANZ Research


Rates: Higher bond yields typically boost the Treasury market’s implied volatility. But it’s not the case this time around. Are bond investors too complacent?

Source: The Daily Feather


Equity Markets: This chart shows a massive short-squeeze, as the most actively shorted stocks (including retail) outperform sharply.

Source: @Schuldensuehner


Emerging Markets: This chart shows the components of India’s CPI.

Source: ANZ Research


Food for Thought: Top-grossing North American concert tours:

Source:, h/t Paul Menestrier; Read full article




Edited by Joseph Cohen

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