The Daily Shot Brief – September 20th, 2022



The United States: To begin, home prices are declining on a month-over-month basis for the first time in a decade.

Source: The Daily Shot


ANZ, Deutsche Bank, and several other research groups see the terminal federal funds rate closer to 5%, which is needed to kick rates into restrictive territory.

Source: @ANZ_Research


Equities: Here is how equity factors are correlated with financial conditions.

Source: Goldman Sachs; @MikeZaccardi


Canada: The last BoC rate hike is coming in October, according to Oxford Economics. But mortgage rates will stay elevated.

Source: Oxford Economics


Emerging Markets: Sovereign bond spreads for high-yield borrowers have surpassed pandemic highs.

Source: IIF


Global Developments: It’s been a rough year for government bonds.

Source: BofA Global Research


Japan: The headline inflation surprised to the upside, hitting 3% in August.

Source: The Daily Shot


Food for Thought: To conclude, here is how much smart home product users trust their technology:

Source: @CivicScience  Read full article

Edited by William Villacis

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