The Daily Shot Brief – June 25th, 2019



The United States: The June regional indices as well as the IHS Markit PMI (see chart) point to a further weakening in the ISM Manufacturing PMI (at the national level). Here is Goldman’s manufacturing activity tracker.

Source: Goldman Sachs


The Eurozone: Greek sovereign credit default spreads are tightening to fresh multi-year lows.

Source: @TheTerminal


Equities: This chart shows the net speculative S&P 500 futures position less single stock and ETF shorts.

Source: Deutsche Bank Research


Global Developments: Growth rates in home prices and housing investment have been slowing.

Source: Oxford Economics


Food for Thought: CEOs misbehaving:

Source: Market Ethos, Richardson GMP


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