The Daily Shot Brief – May 22nd, 2019


The United States: The housing market can have a visible impact on the broader service sector.

Source: The Daily Feather


The Eurozone: The latest weakness in German factory orders is driven by soft demand from outside of the Eurozone.

Source: @fwred


Equities: Will the US corporate sector avoid an earnings recession?

Source: LPL Research


China: Beijing has succeeded in slowing/reversing China’s shadow banking expansion.

Source: Fitch Ratings


Global Developments: Let’s start with budget surpluses/deficits in the largest economies.

Source: Jack Ablin, Cresset Wealth Advisors

Food for Thought: Corporate subsidies by state:

Source: Together Louisiana


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