The Daily Shot Brief – May 29th, 2019



The United States: Americans without a college degree (a high-school diploma or less) have increased spending this year.

Source: NY Fed


The Eurozone: Hedge funds are betting against the euro.

Source: Danske Bank


EquitiesWill the weakness in manufacturing pressure stock prices?

Source: Deutsche Bank Research


China: The next chart shows the breakdown of China’s exports by US tariff ‘tranche.’

Source: Barclays Research


Global DevelopmentsNext, we have shadow banking activity by country.

Source: Fitch Ratings

Food for Thought: An update on US measles cases:

Source: CDC

Edited by Joseph N Cohen


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