The Daily Shot Brief – June 8th, 2022



The United States: Starting off, the consensus estimate for the core CPI in May is an increase of 0.5%. The markets could react violently if we get an upward surprise, especially if calls for more aggressive Fed rate hikes get louder.

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China: Hong Kong-based and foreign investors are returning to mainland equity markets.

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Also, the Port of Shanghai is nearly back to normal, easing supply chain concerns.

Source: VesselsValue


Emerging Markets: India’s central bank hiked rates to address inflationary pressures.

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Equities: Small caps have been outperforming in recent days.

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Credit: In the next few years, high-yield defaults could hit the highest level since the financial crisis, according to Deutsche Bank.

Source: Deutsche Bank Research


Food for Thought: Lastly, let’s take a look at the academic majors of unicorn founders.

Source: OpenAxis


Edited by Alexander Bowers

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