The Daily Shot Brief – November 10th, 2020



Equities: Stocks rallied sharply on the US election outcome and vaccine news.

Source: Reuters Read full article


The Dow surged nearly 3%, boosted by financials and energy.

Source: Daily Shot


Credit: US business loan balances continue to shrink as companies pay down their revolving facilities and refinance loans in the capital markets.

Source: FRED


China: The latest five-year plan reflects a shift in key strategies, focusing on areas such as security and technology.

Source: BCA Research


Eurozone: Below is the share of employees in “lockdown” sectors.

Source: ECB Read full article


United States: State and local infrastructure spending has declined over the past 60 years.

Source: Quill Intelligence


Source: Quill Intelligence


Food For Thought: US imports of Christmas tree lights:

Source: Yahoo Finance, @adam_tooze Read full article

Edited by Devon Lall

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