The Daily Shot Brief – September 21st, 2022



The United States: Housing starts were stronger than expected, boosted by a surge in multifamily construction.

Source: LBM Journal Read full article

Bank deposits declined sharply last quarter.

Source: @WSJ Read full article


The Eurozone: Germany’s producer price report was a shocker.

Source: Daily Shot

The surprise came from electricity prices, driven by unprecedented gains in the cost of natural gas.

Source: Daily Shot


China: Chinese companies raised most of their IPO funds in mainland markets this year.

Source: Morgan Stanley Research; @SofiaHCBBG


Emerging Markets: Russian stocks are down sharply as Putin escalates the conflict.

Source: Daily Shot


Equities: Where will the S&P 500 be a year from now? Here is a survey from Evercore ISI.

Source: Evercore ISI Research


Food for Thought: Here’s a look at student-teacher ratios across the globe.

Source: Statista


Edited by Alexander Bowers

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