The Daily Shot Brief – September 16th, 2021



China: The number of regulatory actions coming out of Beijing has been climbing. China’s capital markets will be scarred by these actions for years to come, with substantial valuation discounts becoming a permanent feature.

Source: @MichaelKantro, @NancyRLazar1


Eurozone: Material/equipment shortages are most acute in Germany.

Source: Oxford Economics


Here is the breakdown by sector (for the EU).

Source: Hugo Ste-Marie, Portfolio & Quantitative Strategy Global Equity Research, Scotia Capital


Europe: Here is a look at poverty rates in Europe.

Source: Eurostat Read full article


Cryptocurrency: Bitcoin’s stablecoin supply ratio (SSR), which measures the cryptocurrency’s supply relative to the total supply of stablecoins denoted in BTC, is starting to rise. Some analysts believe a low/rising SSR means stablecoins have increasing buying power, used to acquire more BTC.

Source: Glassnode


Insider trading was spotted at OpenSea, an NFT marketplace, as employees allegedly purchased items that they knew were set to display on the front page before publication.

Source: CoinDesk Read full article


Commodities: The iron ore drawdown is approaching 50%.

Source: Daily Shot


Food for Thought: Long-lasting cognitive impairments among some COVID patients:

Source: The Economist Read full article

Edited by Devon Lall

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