The Daily Shot Brief – September 10th, 2019



The United States: This chart shows the cumulative cost of tariffs for US importers.

Source: Wells Fargo Securities


Eurozone: Finland’s GDP growth continues to decelerate. Nordea is forecasting growth of 1% in 2020 and 0.5% for 2021.

Source: Nordea Markets


China: Is there more downside for the yuan (upside for the US dollar) as US tariffs ramp up?

Source: Nordea Markets


Global Developments: This chart shows the changes in sovereign debt levels as well as debt net of central bank holdings.

Source: Oxford Economics


Food for Thought: Views on foreign trade:

Source: BCA Research

Edited by Joseph N Cohen


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