The Daily Shot Brief – November 15th, 2021


Administrative Update: The Daily Shot Brief will not be published on November 24th, 25th, and 26th.


United States: The U. Michigan consumer sentiment index deteriorated further, driven by inflation concerns.

Source: The Daily Shot

One should be cautious with these results because the U. Michigan survey has diverged sharply from the Conference Board’s indicator.

Source: ING


Eurozone: Germany’s COVID cases continue to surge.

Source: The Daily Shot

And wholesale price inflation exceeded 15%.

Source: The Daily Shot


Cryptocurrency: Litecoin (LTC) continued to outperform major cryptocurrencies over the past week, while bitcoin (BTC) and ether (ETH) lagged.

Source: FinViz


Energy: US refined product exports accelerated this month.

Source: Princeton Energy Advisors


Equities: Hedge funds have moved into financials and further out of tech/communication stocks amid a flatter yield curve.

Source: Goldman Sachs, {h/t} @ZoetropeFinance


Food for Thought: Paid leave globally:

Source: The New York Times Read full article

Edited by Daniel Moskovits

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