The Daily Shot Brief – November 22nd, 2019



The United Kingdom: Spending is expected to increase even if the Tories win. As a result, Goldman expects a stronger fiscal tailwind in the UK than the euro area.

Source: Goldman Sachs


Europe: Will the US open another front in its trade war?

Source: POLITICO; Read full article


Asia-Pacific: Japanese firms have been increasingly profitable.

Source: @WSJ; Read full article


China: Excavator sales continue to weaken, which signals softer residential construction investment.

Source: Longview Economics


Energy: US refineries have scaled back production this year amid weak demand from abroad (second chart).

Source: @JKempEnergy; Read full article
Source: @JKempEnergy; Read full article


Food for Thought: Average FICO score:

Source: @WSJ; Read full article

Edited by Devon Lall

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