The Daily Shot Brief – March 5th, 2019



The United States: Economists have consistently underestimated job growth in the US.

Source: Scotiabank Economics


The Eurozone: Recession probability in the Eurozone has risen sharply.

Source: Danske Bank


Equities: Are US earnings growth expectations stabilizing?

Source: @LizAnnSonders, @biancoresearch


China: These are China’s debt growth rates over the past three years.

Source: Natixis


Global Developments: The US consumer is responsible for a substantial portion of the global economy.

Source: Deutsche Bank Research


Food for Thought: Fentanyl seizures and overdose rates:

Source: AP; Read full article


Edited by Joseph Cohen

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