The Daily Shot Brief – October 29th, 2018



The United States: The recent tightening in financial conditions has been unusually sharp.

Source: III Capital Management


Global Developments: Tighter financial conditions should further slow growth in advanced economies.

Source: Oxford Economics


China: Domestic private firms increasingly dominate China’s exports.

Source: Gavekal


The Eurozone: Nonperforming loan percentages have declined across the board. But is it over for this downward trend?

Source: Fitch Solutions


Equities: Here is how Wall Street sees the recent selloff vs. how the Fed views it.

Source: BofA Merrill Lynch Global Research


Credit: With the US fixed-income capital markets continuing to grow, companies rely less on bank financing.

Source: Deutsche Bank Research


Emerging Markets: Most EM currencies have been outperforming the S&P 500 this month.

Source: Goldman Sachs


Food for Thought: Airline companies’ stats:

Source: @Visualcap; Read full article




Edited by Joseph Cohen

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