The Daily Shot Brief – November 11th, 2020



United States: With more employees working from home, companies are increasingly trying to sublease office space (flooding the market). Despite the rally in office REITs (see chart), this sector will continue to struggle.

Source: @WSJ Read full article


Eurozone: Greek short-term bond yields have moved into negative territory.

Source: @WSJ Read full article


China: China’s tech shares have reversed the recent rally as Beijing tries to rein in the industry.

Source: Yahoo Finance Read full article
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Commodities: US corn stockpiles are declining rapidly.

Source: @kannbwx


Corn futures continue to climb.

Source: Daily Shot


Rates: After the vaccine announcement, the markets are starting to doubt the Fed’s patience in holding rates near zero for a long period. Here is the change in the market-implied fed funds rate trajectory.

Source: Daily Shot


Food For Thought: Top US online retailers:

Source: Visual Capitalist Read full article


We would like to thank US veterans for their service.


Edited by Devon Lall

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