The Daily Shot Brief – May 6th, 2019



The United States: The growth in US households’ interest payments has accelerated.

Source: Deutsche Bank, @Schuldensuehner


The Eurozone: Germany’s economic growth is expected to rebound.

Source: BCA Research


Equities: With XIV gone, the total VIX ETF vega is positive.

Source: Goldman Sachs, @DriehausCapital


China: Here are China’s Social Insurance Fund revenues and expenditures.

Source: Morgan Stanley Research

Global Developments: Here are some charts from Morgan Stanley on some macro trends in advanced economies.

Source: Morgan Stanley Research


Food for Thought: The CO2 concentration in the atmosphere:

Source: BlackRock


Edited by Joseph N Cohen


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