The Daily Shot Brief – May 30th, 2019



The United States: Are economists too optimistic in their GDP projections for this year?

Source: The Daily Feather


The Eurozone: The Eurozone’s private-sector debt levels (as % of GDP) have been drifting lower over the past few years.

Source: Natixis


EquitiesHow do different sectors perform when Treasury yields dip by at least five basis points?

Source: Jack Ablin, Cresset Wealth Advisors


Emerging Markets: Vietnam is increasingly attracting foreign direct investment (FDI).

Source: Alpine Macro


Credit: Who owns leveraged loans?

Source: Moody’s Investors Service

Food for Thought: Taxes paid by different income classes:

Source: Deutsche Bank Research


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Edited by Joseph N Cohen


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