The Daily Shot Brief – March 31st, 2020



United States: The Dallas Fed manufacturing report showed Texas-area factory activity collapsing in March. The headline index:

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New orders:

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Eurozone: The ECB’s weekly securities purchases are expected to spike.

Source: @fwred


Europe: How many critical care beds does each country have per 100,000 people?

Source: @financialtimes; Read full article


Emerging Markets: The recent fall in oil prices sent Qatar’s 10-year government bond yield soaring.

Source: Pavilion Global Markets


Equities: Alpine Macro’s sentiment index shows extreme bearishness.

Source: Alpine Macro


Food for Thought: Approval ratings of US leaders and institutions:

Source: Gallup; Read full article

Edited by Daniel Moskovits

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