The Daily Shot Brief – June 24th, 2019



The United States: First-time home purchases (as a percentage of the population) remain well below peak levels.

Source: NY Fed


The Eurozone: Services continue to support private-sector growth in the Eurozone.

Source: Economics and Strategy Group, National Bank of Canada


Equities: The 2020 earnings growth expectations remain above 10% even as the 2019 forecasts keep falling.

Source: Yardeni Research


Global Developments: Will easier financial conditions boost global equity markets?

Source: TD Securities


Food for Thought: MLB averages since 1980:

Source: @axios


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