The Daily Shot Brief – June 28th, 2019



The United States: Corporate confidence continues to deteriorate.

Source: Morgan Stanley, @jsblokland


The Eurozone: The sharp drop-off in demand from the UK is a headwind for the Eurozone’s economy.

Source: Credit Suisse


China: Spreads have widened for lower-rated bank certificates of deposit.

Source: Longview Economics


Emerging Markets: Mexico’s trade balance surprised to the upside, with the non-oil component rising sharply (record high).

Source: Goldman Sachs


Food for Thought: The bulk of loan growth over the next couple of decades will come from millennials.

Source: Morgan Stanley Research


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