The Daily Shot Brief – October 11th, 2022



The United States: First, the September jobs report was stronger than expected, delivering another confirmation that the labor market remains tight. Here are the drivers of the unemployment rate.

Source: @TheTerminal, Bloomberg Finance L.P.


Consumer credit increased more than expected in August, driven by credit cards. Households continue to spend.

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China: The US semiconductor sales curbs are putting pressure on the chip sector. Tech stocks in Hong Kong continue to fall.

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Asia – Pacific: At the same time, Taiwan’s exports are softening rapidly.

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The Eurozone: Germany’s effort to ease the energy burden should cut inflation.

Source: Reuters  Read full article
Source: Commerzbank Research


Emerging Markets: Here is month-to-date performance data of EM currencies.

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Global Developments: It’s been an ugly year for government bonds.

Source: BofA Global Research


Food for Thought: Lastly, consumers are underestimating the total cost of their subscriptions (streaming video/music, news services, coffee shops, software, razor subscriptions, etc.).

Source: @chartrdaily

Edited by William Villacis

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