The Daily Shot Brief – November 2nd, 2022

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The United States: The Fed would like to see the job openings-to-unemployment ratio closer to pre-COVID levels, but it’s not budging for now. This does not look like a signal to “pivot”.

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The decline in export orders accelerated, partially driven by the US dollar strength.

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The United Kingdom: Prices charged by shops continue to surge.

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Also, home prices tumbled in October.

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China: Stocks are rising on rumors of reopening plans.

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Equities: This chart shows large-cap performance in October across global markets.

Source: Hugo Ste-Marie, Portfolio & Quantitative Strategy Global Equity Research, Scotia Capital


Credit: High-yield ETFs got some inflows last month.

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Global Developments: Here is a look at major asset class returns in October, led by Russian and European equities.

Source: Deutsche Bank Research


Food for Thought: Lastly, here’s a look at the share of military veterans in Congress.

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Edited by Alexander Bowers

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