The Daily Shot Brief – October 30th, 2018



The United States: This chart shows the government’s contribution to the GDP growth (federal, state and local).

Source: Brookings, Cantor Fitzgerald Market Strategy Team


Global Developments: Here is TD’s global macro risks index.

Source: TD Securities


China: The Q4 GDP growth is shaping up to be disappointing (as tariffs hit).

Source: Pantheon Macroeconomics


The Eurozone: Here are the components of the French Q3 GDP growth.

Source: @nghrbi


Equities: A significant portion of the S&P 500 losses over the past couple of months came from the last hour of trading (end-of-day selloffs).

Source: III Capital Management


Credit: Cash-out residential mortgage refinancings are now a larger part of the refi market.

Source: Moody’s Investors Service


Emerging Markets: Indonesia’s F/X reserves continue to decline amid capital outflows.

Source: TS Lombard


Food for Thought: The distribution of ailments among Americans on disability:

Source: Deutsche Bank Research



Edited by Joseph Cohen

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