The Daily Shot Brief – November 13th, 2017

Greetings,

 

The United States: This chart shows the homeownership and vacancy rates by region. Rental vacancies in the western part of the US are still declining.

Source: WSJ.com

 

Credit: European sub-investment-grade debt yields rose sharply from record lows.

Source: Credit Suisse

 

Japan: Foreigners have been buying Japanese stocks.

Source: TD Securities; Read full article

 

Equity Markets: The debt ceiling is coming up again in January, but the risks are all but ignored in the market. As a reminder, here is what happened in 2011.

Source: SPDR Americas Research; Read full article

 

Energy Markets: Oil producers have been rapidly hedging output at higher oil prices. This chart shows swap dealers’ oil futures exposure. Dealers buy oil via swaps from producers and cover their exposure in the futures market.

Source: @gadfly; Read full article

 

Global Developments: Where are the various central banks in the monetary policy cycle?

Source: @JohnKicklighter

 


Food for Thought: Is the US respected by other countries?

Source: Pew Research Center; Read full article

Edited by Joseph N Cohen


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