The Daily Shot Brief – June 25th, 2018



The United States: Which states will feel the brunt of trade retaliations against US tariffs?

Source: @IIF


China:  Here is the breakdown of the PBoC’s balance sheet. The increase over the past couple of years has been due to liquidity facilities for banks.

Source: Natixis


Global Developments: Generating strong economic growth without credit expansion is hard.

Source: ANZ Research


Equity Markets: Should we be paying attention to the divergence between US stocks and copper?

Source: @TheTerminal


Emerging Markets: This chart shows bond yields vs. sovereign ratings for select EM economies.

Source: @IIF


Food for Thought: Many US private colleges are running operating deficits. Time for consolidation in higher-education?



Edited by Joseph Cohen

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