The Daily Shot Brief – November 18th, 2022

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The United States: US private investment is expected to tumble next year, driven mostly by stalling residential construction.

Source: Daily Shot

Much of the Treasury curve is now inverted.

Source: Macrobond


China: The housing surplus is massive.

Source: @business Read full article


Emerging Markets: Bond fund outflows have been most severe in local-currency debt.

Source: EPFR Global Navigato


Energy: Russian oil output has been resilient.

Source: BCA Research

US residential electricity prices are very high.

Source: Daily Shot


Equities: The put/call ratio hit the highest level since 1997. Short-term options volume has exploded.

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The Philly Fed’s manufacturing index is signaling a sharp decline in earnings expectations.

Source: @MikaelSarwe


Food for Thought: Lastly, here’s a look at life satisfaction by age.

Source: FlowingData Read full article


Edited by Alexander Bowers

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