The Daily Shot Brief – September 16th, 2019



The United States: Working capital at US farms has been shrinking in recent years.

Source: @davidfickling, @bopinion; Read full article


Eurozone: This map illustrates the ECB governors’ opposition to QE.

Source: @markets; Read full article


China: Airfreight activity points to persistent weakness in manufacturing.

Source: Cass Information Systems


Global Developments: Foreign direct investment has stalled in recent years.

Source: Commerzbank Research

Food for Thought: Values considered important (by generation):

Source: @WSJ; Read full article

Edited by Paul Menestrier


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