The Daily Shot Brief – October 23rd, 2019



United States: The unemployment rate appears to have bottomed in some states.

Source: @WSJ; Read full article


The Eurozone: According to the ECB (European Central Bank), more banks have been reporting an increase in business loan application rejections this year.

Source: ECB; Read full article


China: This chart shows China’s exports by destination.

Source: Gavekal

Despite the trade war, net exports had a substantial contribution to growth in recent quarters.

Source: TS Lombard


Emerging Markets: The Capital Economics EM GDP tracker points to a further slowdown.

Source: Capital Economics


Equities: The S&P 500 trading volume has been declining, which could create a liquidity problem during the next selloff.

Source: FactSet, @ISABELNET_SA


Food for Thought: Support for the death penalty:

Source: @pewresearch; Read full article

Edited by Daniel Moskovits

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