The Daily Shot Brief – September 23rd, 2020



United States: At the national level, the World Economics SMI report shows stabilization in business activity.

Source: World Economics


Canada: The second wave is here.

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


Eurozone: Italy’s political situation was stabilized by the referendum to cut the number of parliament seats (see comment below from Bloomberg).

Source: @bpolitics Read full article


China: China’s corporate borrowing costs have diverged from other economies.

Source: Deutsche Bank Research


The spike in government deposits with the central bank points to massive debt issuance to fund stimulus programs.

Source: @markets Read full article


Credit: Bond ETF inflows have been unusually strong in this recovery.

Source: @WSJ Read full article


Food For Thought: Types of potatoes:

Source: Only Foods Read full article Further reading

Edited by Devon Lall

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