The Daily Shot Brief – June 17th, 2019



The United States: Unless Congress lifts the debt ceiling, analysts expect the US Treasury to run out of cash in October

Source: Moody’s Analytics


The Eurozone:The Greek sovereign credit default swap spread tightened to multi-year lows. The 2015 spike shows the moment when Greece was staring down the Grexit abyss.

Source: @TheTerminal


Equities: Here are four scenarios for the Fed and the US-China trade deal (at G20).

Source: BofA Merrill Lynch Global Research


Global Developments: Global government bond yields ex-US are at record lows.

Source: BofA Merrill Lynch Global Research


Food for Thought: Share of the global population aged 65 and older:

Source: Wells Fargo Securities


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