The Daily Shot Brief – October 10th, 2018



The United States: Railcar loadings remain well above the levels we saw in previous years, pointing to robust growth in the US.

Source: TS Lombard


Rates: How much of the Treasury yield increase has been due to the Fed’s quantitative tightening?

Source: Deutsche Bank Research


China: This chart shows the key indicators for China’s real estate and construction sector (Q3 vs. Q2).

Source: China Beige Book


The Eurozone: Credit growth in the Eurozone is now more reliant on the private sector.

Source: Goldman Sachs


Equities: Cash balances in retail accounts are near record lows.

Source: @kevinduffy1929


Global Developments: Here is the length of recoveries across advanced economies.

Source: Oxford Economics


Emerging Markets: 2018 has been a rough year for EM stocks. This chart shows the December MSCI Emerging Markets Index futures contract.

Source: @jsblokland


Food for Thought: Health insurance programs and care providers:

Source: Moody’s Investors Service





Edited by Joseph Cohen

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