The Daily Shot Brief – March 2nd, 2021



United States: The ISM Manufacturing PMI report topped market forecasts, showing US factory activity accelerating in February.

Source: Daily Shot


The report points to further gains in the nation’s industrial production.

Source: ING


Eurozone: As deposits swell, German lenders are starting to charge customers for holding money at the bank.

Source: @WSJ Read full article
Source: @WSJ Read full article


Europe: What is the effect of a 1% public investment increase on private investment?

Source: TS Lombard


Japan: Japan’s central bank (BoJ) is a publicly listed entity, trading on the Jasdaq (Belgium, Greece, and Switzerland also have publicly listed central banks). BoJ shares soared on Monday.

Source: @DavidInglesTV


Rates: Mortgage hedging caused a sharp increase in swap trading volumes.

Source: IFR Read full article


Is the market too hawkish on the timing and the pace of Fed rate hikes?

Source: Oxford Economics


Food For Thought: Zoom meeting attention span:

Source: Seven Days

Edited by Devon Lall

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