The Daily Shot Brief – October 26th, 2018



The United States: Do rising wages boost inflation? The link is now much weaker than in the past.

Source: @ernietedeschi


Global Developments: When markets’ long-term expectations of rates meet the Fed’s long-term policy rate projections, stock market volatility ensues.

Source: IIF


China: Inflows into China’s domestic bond markets have slowed sharply.

Source: Goldman Sachs


The Eurozone: Here are the relative changes in the GDP per capita for France, Italy, and Germany.

Source: Ostrum Asset Management; Read full article


Equities: Despite the volatility, ETF investors pumped quite a bit of capital into the S&P 500 on Wednesday.

Source: @markets; Read full article


Credit: Loan recoveries are expected to be much worse in the next downturn.

Source: Moody’s Investors Service


Emerging Markets: Argentina’s consumer sentiment has deteriorated.

Source: Goldman Sachs


Food for Thought: The views on DACA (based on more detailed demographics):

Source: More in Common; Read full article


Edited by Joseph Cohen

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