The Daily Shot Brief – November 3rd, 2020



United States: Mortgage originations hit a multi-year high.

Source: Black Knight


The housing boom has been powered by borrowers with credit scores of 750 and above.

Source: TS Lombard


United Kingdom: The UK economic outlook has worsened since the last MPC meeting.

Source: @financialtimes Read full article


China: China is allowing greater access to its onshore futures market. This makes it easier for foreign investors to hedge or speculate on stock positions.

Source: @FT Read full article


A-shares with dual listings are currently trading at a 40% premium to their Hong-Kong listed counterparts, according to Alpine Macro.

Source: Alpine Macro


Energy: European oil and gas stocks have been under significant pressure this year.

Source: @FT Read full article


Equities: Insiders have been staying put ahead of the elections.

Source: @markets Read full article


Food For Thought: What if the US were a multi-party Democracy?

Source: Echelon Insights

Edited by Devon Lall

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