The Daily Shot Brief – June 14th, 2018



The United States: the Committee shifted its rate projections for 2018 and 2019 higher, signaling that another two hikes this year are likely. Here is the “dot plot” over time.

Source: @TheTerminal


China: Bloomberg’s monetary conditions index shows tightening (lower = tighter).

Source: @TomOrlik


Rates: This chart shows the size of some of the largest fixed income markets globally.

Source: Deutsche Bank Research


Equity Markets: FANG insiders are expected to sell quite a bit of stock this year.

Source: @trevornoren; Read full article


Emerging Markets: Saudi Arabia’s consumer confidence has risen sharply.

Source: Lighthouse Research


Food for Thought: Each nation’s GDP per capita vs. percent trust in the judicial system (across major economies):

Source: @DKThomp; Read full article Source: @DKThomp; Read full article





Edited by Joseph Cohen

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