The Daily Shot Brief – June 13th, 2019



The United States: Falling residential investment has been a drag on the GDP growth. Will we see a reversal in this trend?

Source: Oxford Economics


The Eurozone: This chart shows the sharp divergence between private and public employment trends in France.

Source: Pantheon Macroeconomics


Equities: Will the US CapEx slowdown spread to tech?

Source: Alpine Macro


Credit: High-yield bonds are holding in there despite lower oil prices.

Source: @TaviCosta


Food for Thought: The African-American population (first map) and asthma-related deaths (second map):

Source: Rural Health Information Hub
Source: FiveThirtyEight, h/t Wheeler


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