The Daily Shot Brief – September 17th, 2019



The United States: Economists are not optimistic.

Source: @WSJ; Read full article


Eurozone: According to Goldman’s analysts, the new QE program would end up purchasing about 3% of the Italian current debt stock, 4% of the Spanish one, and 5% of the Portuguese one.

Source: Goldman Sachs


China: Home sales are expected to moderately recover as monetary policy easing feeds through to lower financing costs.

Source: Danske Bank


Global Developments: This chart shows the sources of tax revenue by region.

Source: @taxfoundation, @OECD; Read full article


Food for Thought: The world’s biggest exporters and importers:

Source: @howmuch_net, @wto; Read full article

Edited by Paul Menestrier


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