The Daily Shot Brief – March 21st, 2024



The United States: Markets are now viewing a rate cut in June as more likely.

Source: The Daily Shot
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Is there a risk that core inflation could remain persistently above 2%?

Source: BofA Global Research


Equities: How did various sectors and equity factors react to the FOMC maintaining its forecast for three rate cuts? Highly correlated to Treasury prices, small caps had a good day.

Source: The Daily Shot


Credit: CMBS portfolios (commercial real estate debt) are experiencing higher delinquency rates.

Source: @bespokeinvest


Commodities: Gold hit a record high.

Source: The Daily Shot


Asia – Pacific: New Zealand unexpectedly reported another technical recession.

Source: The Daily Shot
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Food for Thought: Math assessment scores by race and ethnicity for US 8th-grade students:

Source: National Science Foundation

Edited by William Villacis

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