The Daily Shot Brief – November 10th, 2017



The United States: Most economists think that withdrawing from NAFTA will have a negative impact on economic growth.

Source:, h/t Paul Menestrier; Read full article

Changes to the rules of origin could be disruptive to the supply chain.

Source:, h/t Paul Menestrier; Read full article


The Eurozone: The European Commission boosted its forecast for the Eurozone’s economic growth.

Source:; Read full article


China: Here is how China’s energy mix is expected to change over the next decade.

Source: BMI Research


Equity Markets: Here is how each sector contributed to the US market’s performance this year (combining each sectors’ returns and weights).

Source: Absolute Strategy Research


Global Developments: This graphic combines economic, credit, and monetary policy cycles for the largest economies.

Source: Moody’s Investors Service


Food for Thought: This week’s US regional election results.

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Edited by Joseph N Cohen

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