The Daily Shot Brief – October 5th, 2021



United States: Factory orders continued to climb in August.

Source: Daily Shot


Eurozone: Will euro-area PMI catch up to the US ISM, …

Source: MRB Partners


… or will China derail Eurozone’s manufacturing expansion?

Source: @AndreasSteno


Emerging Markets: India’s coal inventories have collapsed.

Source: @JKempEnergy


Energy: Brent climbed above $81/bbl after bullish news from OPEC+.

Source: @WSJ Read full article


Credit: A large amount of US corporate debt is due to mature over the next few years. S&P warned that a rise in borrowing rates related to inflation could make it harder for companies to make repayments.

Source: S&P Global Market Intelligence


Food for Thought: The number of close friendships that Americans have (2021 vs. 1990):

Source: @axios Read full article

Edited by Devon Lall

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