The Daily Shot Brief – June 1st, 2018



The United States: We should see a strong bounce in the ISM manufacturing index which comes out later today. Here is a comparison of the May regional Fed surveys (weighted average) with the ISM index.

h/t Paul Menestrier


The Eurozone: Does the Fed-ECB balance sheet differential point to a bounce in the euro?

Source: TD Securities


Rates: Here is an updated bond yield forecast from Capital Economics.

Source: Capital Economics


Equity Markets: This chart shows which US sectors are exposed to international vs. domestic revenue.

Source: @Callum_Thomas, @WisdomTreeETFs



Food for Thought: Most quoted Shakespeare plays.

Source: @UKShakespeare, @DrAnnaClark, @JSTOR, @FolgerLibrary



Have a great weekend!


Edited by Joseph Cohen

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