The Daily Shot Brief – June 21st, 2019



The United States: When the Fed preemptively cut rates in the 1990s (as it is expected to do this year), the manufacturing sector was in much worse shape than it is now.

Source: Barclays Research


The Eurozone: The Eurozone’s consumer sentiment continues to soften.

Source: The Daily Shot


Equities: Equity fund outflows are near record levels.

Source: SunTrust Wealth Management


Credit: Leveraged loans have increasingly dominated LBO deals.

Source: Credit Suisse


Food for Thought: Taxes evaded vs. the wealth percentile:

Source: @gabriel_zucman, @annette_als


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