The Daily Shot Brief – November 26th, 2018



The United States: The divergence between “soft” and “hard” consumption indicators persists.

Source: Oxford Economics


China: Housing inventories are expected to climb next year.

Source: Gavekal


The Eurozone: Low oil prices sent market-based inflation expectations sharply lower.

Source: The Daily Shot


Global Developments: What does growth in the world’s monetary base tell us about the timing of the next recession?

Source: @TayTayLLP


Equities: This chart shows investment restrictions on institutions (such as pension funds).

Source:, h/t Paul Menestrier; Read full article


Emerging Markets: There are no signs of Brazil’s inflation accelerating (for now).

Source: The Daily Shot


Food for Thought: How 15-year-old students score on science, reading, and math by country:

Source: @StatistaCharts; Read full article



Edited by Joseph Cohen

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