The Daily Shot Brief – November 13th, 2020



United States: The October CPI report showed a slowdown in price increases, with both the headline and the core inflation figures coming in below consensus.

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Zillow data point to more downside for rent inflation.

Source: The Daily Feather


United Kingdom: The rebound in factory production is slowing.

Source: The Daily Shot


China: Rates are rising across the board. Here are the 10yr and 5yr bond yields:

Source: The Daily Shot


Energy: The EIA’s (US Department of Energy) continues to downgrade its global petroleum liquids consumption forecasts.

Source: Princeton Energy Advisors


Equities: Companies known for share buybacks and dividend payouts (total cash return) have outperformed those focused on CapEx and R&D.

Source: The Daily Shot


Food For Thought: How much refrigeration does Pfizer’s vaccine require?

Source: @danmurtaugh, @TheTerminal, Bloomberg Finance L.P.

Edited by Daniel Moskovits

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