The Daily Shot Brief – September 13th, 2019



The United States: US consumers are becoming concerned about the availability of credit.

Source: Arbor Research & Trading


Eurozone: Is the French manufacturing sector outperformance over?

Source: Pantheon Macroeconomics


China: Goldman’s employment growth tracker showed modest improvement recently.

Source: Goldman Sachs


Global Developments: The probability of a quarter with negative GDP growth is much higher these days than a couple of decades ago.

Source: CIBC Capital Markets


Food for Thought: The latest 2020 Democratic nomination odds in the betting markets:

Source: @PredictIt

Edited by Joseph N Cohen


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