The Daily Shot Brief – November 3rd, 2021



United States: The range of expectations for October is the tightest since the start of the pandemic.

Source: @benbreitholtz


United Kingdom: Both Barclays and the BoE forecast inflation to surpass the 4% upper-bound set by the central bank by the end of the year …

Source: Barclays Research

…which could signal the beginning of rate hikes.

Source: Barclays Research


China: What share of China’s corporate revenues comes from abroad?

Source: Bruegel Read full article


Commodities: Cocoa prices tumbled on Tuesday. Favorable weather conditions in West Africa and ample cocoa supplies at US ports put pressure on the commodity. There won’t be any shortages of chocolate for the holidays.

    Source: Daily Shot


Energy: Most major exporters’ governments are “in the money” on oil prices.

Source: IIF


Food for Thought: Wealth held by the middle-class:

Source: @wealth Read full article

Edited by Devon Lall

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