The Daily Shot Brief – June 3rd, 2019



The United States: The latest growth indicators don’t look promising. The Oxford Economics GDP forecast:

Source: Oxford Economics


The Eurozone: Property prices in the Eurozone have been climbing in recent years. Will the trend continue?

Source: Natixis


Equities: Is credit telling us that stocks should be lower? This chart compares the S&P 500 with the ratio of JNK (high-yield ETF) to IEF (7-10yr Treasury ETF).

Source: @Callum_Thomas


Emerging Markets: Foreign investors have been exiting EM equities in May.

Source: IIF


Global Developments: Volatility has been absent amid heightened economic uncertainty.

Source: Arbor Research & Trading

Food for Thought: Female employment rates:

Source: Deutsche Bank Research


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