The Daily Shot Brief – November 11th, 2022

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The United States: Outside of shelter CPI, a number of items signaled slower inflation in October (shown on a month-over-month basis). Here is Core CPI excluding shelter.

Source: JP Morgan Research; @WallStJesus


The terminal rate dipped below 5%. Here is the market expectation for the fed funds rate trajectory.

Source: The Daily Shot


China: Stocks surged as Beijing “recalibrates” its Covid Zero policy.

Source: @BloombergAsia
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Equities: Here is the percentage of the S&P 500 members that are above their 200-day moving average.

Source: @bespokeinvest


The Eurozone:  German industrial gas demand is below its four-year average.

Source: Deutsche Bank Research


Energy:  US natural gas pipeline capacity is expected to expand significantly over the next few years.

Source: Tai Liu, @BloombergNEF  Read full article


Global Developments: Only a few currencies withstood dollar strength this year.

Source: TS Lombard


Food for Thought: To conclude, here is a survey by MetLife that shows US employees’ financial anxiety over time:

Source: MetLife  Read full article

Edited by William Villacis

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