The Daily Shot Brief – May 20th, 2019



The United States: A survey from the NY Fed shows economists downgrading their forecasts for the core PCE inflation.

Source: The NY Fed


The Eurozone: This chart shows the Eurozone’s consumption vs. the working-age population growth.

Source: Longview Economics


Equities: US equity fund outflows persist.

Source: Deutsche Bank Research


China: The nation’s savings rate stands out vs. economies with similar per-capita income.

Source: Commerzbank Research


Energy: Global oil demand appears to have slowed.

Source: Morgan Stanley, @tracyalloway


Food for Thought: Personal income tax as a share of total tax revenues:

Source: Deutsche Bank Research


Edited by Joseph N Cohen


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