The Daily Shot Brief – May 21st, 2020



United States: Let’s start with the housing market. Mortgage applications to purchase a home are almost back to 2019 levels. It’s been an impressive rebound.

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Shares of homebuilders have been outperforming since the market lows.

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Eurozone: Consumer confidence bounced from the lows.

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Energy: Crude oil inventories are finally declining.

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The next charts show crude oil and refined product inventories in terms of days of supply.

Source: EIA


Equities: Growth shares are still widening their outperformance vs. value.

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Credit: As earnings tumble, the number of leveraged loans getting covenant relief hit a record high.

Source: @lcdnews


Food For Thought: Coronavirus impact on rural communities.

Source: @WSJ; Read full article

Edited by Daniel Moskovits

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