The Daily Shot Brief – November 16th, 2020



United States: The U. Michigan Consumer Sentiment index surprised to the downside this month.

Source: The Daily Shot

As we’ve seen earlier, presidential elections tend to have a substantial impact on US sentiment indicators. Republicans are more upbeat about the current situation (1st panel), while Democrats are more optimistic about the future (2nd panel). However, the expectations gains among Democrats weren’t enough to offset the pessimism among Republicans, pulling the overall index lower.

Source: @TheTerminal, Bloomberg Finance L.P.


United Kingdom: Asking prices for homes are now 6% above last year’s levels.

Source: The Daily Shot


China: The renminbi continues to climb.

Source: The Daily Shot

Goldman expects a secular rotation into CNY fixed income markets.

Source: Goldman Sachs


Equities: Value stocks are particularly sensitive to vaccine news.

Source: @ISABELNET_SA, @GoldmanSachs


Global Developments: How much of the early-2020 losses have different asset classes recovered?

Source: JP Morgan Asset Management, @jsblokland


Food For Thought: Natural disasters:

Source: @citylab Read full article

Edited by Daniel Moskovits

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