The Daily Shot Brief – June 14th, 2019



The United States: The Treasury market is pricing in low odds that the US-China trade tensions will be resolved at the G20 meeting.

Source: Economics and Strategy Group, National Bank of Canada


The Eurozone: Excluding inventory adjustments, the euro-area GDP growth has been quite strong.

Source: BCA Research


Equities: Will we see an earnings recession for the S&P 500?

Source: Nordea Markets


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

Source: Natixis


Food for Thought: Ice melt in Greenland (see story):Ice melt in Greenland (see story):

Source: NSIDC, @gregorytcarlock


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