The Daily Shot Brief – October 20th, 2020



United States: US trucking fleets have been shrinking.

Source: Cass Information Systems


As inventories tightened this year, demand for shipments boosted truck freight rates.

Source: Cass Information Systems


United Kingdom: Banks are concerned about a spike in consumer delinquencies.

Source: @fergalob


Equities: Uncertainty around stimulus and the 1987 crash anniversary put some pressure on stocks on Monday.

Source: Reuters Read full article
Source: @WSJ


Rates: Fed officials have been more focused on “short-term” outcomes.

Source: Arbor Research & Trading


Global Developments: Global scheduled flights remain depressed.

Source: Morgan Stanley Research


Food For Thought: The time lag between discovery and the Nobel Prize:

Source: The Economist Read full article

Edited by Devon Lall

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