The Daily Shot Brief – October 10th, 2017

Greetings,

 

Credit: This chart shows thirty years of securitized products outstanding (excluding agency MBS).

Source: US Department of the Treasury, @MattGarrett3

 

Japan: Polls show that there are still quite a few undecided voters, as the snap election approaches.

Source: Natixis, @joshdigga

 

The Eurozone: Here is the Greek debt maturity wall. 2019 will be an interesting year.

Source: Goldman Sachs, @joshdigga

 

The United States: Hurricanes tend to have only a temporary impact on jobs.

Source: @WSJecon, @josephncohen; Read full article

 

China: This diagram shows how the PBoC implements monetary policy.

Source: Goldman Sachs, @joshdigga

 

Emerging Markets: Net EM flows (including China) have turned positive. This chart breaks down resident and nonresident (foreign investors) flows.

Source: @IIF, @josephncohen

 

Equity Markets: US IPO volume remains relatively tepid. Given the market valuations, this could be a good time to go public.

Source: US Department of the Treasury, @MattGarrett3

 


Food for Thought: Faculty race and gender at US universities.

Source: @neil_ruiz; Read full article

Edited by Joseph N Cohen


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