The Daily Shot Brief – June 17th, 2020



United States: Finally, we have some data on the PPP program (from Celeri Networks).

Source: Statista


Eurozone: Italian government debt is still mostly held by domestic investors.

Source: Pantheon Macroeconomics


Equities: Robinhood’s profits show a spike in retail investor interest in options and smaller stocks.

Source: @fintechfrank


Credit: New CLO reinvestment periods have shortened dramatically. “Static” means that no reinvestment is allowed – the portfolio starts in runoff mode, and loan amortizations are used to pay down liabilities.

Source: LCD, S&P Global Market Intelligence


Global Developments: Finally, we have the distribution of central bank policy rates globally.

Source: Barclays Research


Food For Thought: Aging homeowners will be selling a lot of homes over the next couple of decades.

Source: @WSJ; Read full article

Edited by Daniel Moskovits

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