The Daily Shot Brief – June 5th, 2019



The United States: Growth in factory jobs has been slowing.

Source: @WSJ


The Eurozone: Concerns about Italy’s sovereign credit persist.

Source: @CreditBenchmark


Equities: Will a rate cut be enough to keep the bull market going? Tighter liquidity will remain a headwind for stocks.

Source: Oxford Economics


Commodities: US corn crop progress is massively behind schedule.

Source: @kannbwx


Global Developments: There is quite a bit of negative-yielding debt out there.

Source: Deutsche Bank Research

Food for Thought: Expected population changes (by age):

Source: Wells Fargo Securities


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