The Daily Shot Brief – October 11th, 2017



Credit: Here is the covenant-light share of the US leveraged loan market.

Source: @lcdnews; Read full article


Japan: The Nikkei continues to climb.


The Eurozone: Investors have taken quite a bit of money out of the largest Spanish equity ETF.


The United States: Nomura sees the GOP succeeding in its efforts to cut US personal taxes by one trillion dollars over the next ten years (in Q1). The team, however, is skeptical about a corporate tax cut. Here is the impact of the tax legislation on the various economic metrics.

Source: Nomura Global Markets Research


China: The renminbi bounced sharply after the holiday week on talk of Bejing widening the currency’s trading band.


Emerging Markets: This chart shows the satisfaction with each nation’s president for the largest Latin American economies.

Source: BMI Research


Equity Markets: Here is an intriguing study pointing to mean-reversion in the stock market. Sharp declines are frequently followed by a bounce. So much for the Markov property assumptions.

Source: Richardson GMP Research


Food for Thought: Education by age.

Source: @valuewalk; Read full article

Edited by Joseph N Cohen

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