The Daily Shot Brief – November 9th, 2017



The United States: It’s a good time to be selling a house.

Source: Capital Economics, @chartoftheday; Read full article


The Eurozone: Italian nonperforming bank loan balances are headed in the right direction.

Source: @jsblokland


China: Will Donal Trump try to address this rising goods trade surplus with the US?

Source: @CapEconChina


Equity Markets: Here are the latest fund flows for US-focused and global funds (both ETFs and mutual funds).

Source: Credit Suisse


Energy: This chart shows the GDP per capita vs. energy consumption per capita for select economies (and the evolution over time for each).

Source: OPEC; Read full article


Global Developments: The NewsFlow index (algorithmic analysis of thousands of news stories) points to improving economic momentum globally.

Source: Absolute Strategy Research (ASR)


Food for Thought: Gun laws and gun-related deaths.

Source: @paul1kirby, @nytimes; Read full article

Edited by Joseph N Cohen

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