The Daily Shot Brief – November 19th, 2018



The United States: The headline CPI is expected to decelerate sharply next year as a result of lower oil prices and a stronger US dollar.

Source: Nordea Markets
Source: TS Lombard


China: Business conditions have deteriorated.

Source: The Daily Feather


The Eurozone: The selloff in China’s stock market does not bode well for the Eurozone’s carmakers.

Source: Capital Economics


Rates: Rather than relying on estimates of the “neutral” interest rate, should the Fed use alternative indicators (such as private residential investment)? If that’s the case, is the Fed being too aggressive in tightening policy?

Source: Natixis


Equities: Investors increasingly expect “value” stocks to outperform “growth” over the next twelve months.

Source: BofA Merrill Lynch Global Research


Emerging Markets: The Philippine peso has been recovering since the start of October.

Source: The Daily Shot


Food for Thought: The scatterplots below show the correlation between English proficiency and other factors such as internet security, tech manufacturing, etc. (by country). Note that correlation does not necessarily prove causality.

Source: EF Education First ; Read full article




Edited by Joseph Cohen

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