The Daily Shot Brief – May 1st, 2019



The United States: The two charts below show wage growth for small business employees by state and industry.

Source: Paychex, IHS Markit
Source: Paychex, IHS Markit


Eurozone: This chart shows the Eurozone’s net saving over time.

Source: @Brad_Setser, @martinph01, @AngelUbide


Equities: What’s the impact of FAANG stocks on the S&P 500?

Source: @biancoresearch


China: Analysts have been downgrading their earnings per share forecasts.

Source: @WSJ; Read full article


Canada: Next is a long-term exports growth comparison between Canada and the US.

Source: CIBC Capital Markets


Food for Thought: US measles cases (update):

Source: CDC


Edited by Joseph Cohen

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