The Daily Shot Brief – September 23rd, 2022



The United States: While the private sector of the labor market has rebounded from the pandemic, state and local government job growth has lagged behind.

Source: Morgan Stanley Research

A key reason for lagging public-sector labor supply recovery is sluggish wage growth. A significant component of this trend are public school teachers, many of whom are not returning to work.

Source: Morgan Stanley Research


The Eurozone: Consumer confidence is at multi-decade lows.

Source: Daily Shot


Japan: Japanese authorities intervened in the currency market on Thursday. It was the first time Japan had sold dollars since 1998. The yen jumped.

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Emerging Markets: Turkey’s central bank cut rates by 100 bps. Why not – the core inflation is only 66%.

Source: Daily Shot


Cryptocurrency: It’s been a tough week for cryptos, although XRP continues to outperform.

Source: Daily Shot


Equities:  Investors are most bearish since the financial crisis.

Source: Daily Shot

The S&P 500 is nearing oversold territory.

Source: Daily Shot


Food for Thought: Here’s a look at NFL vs. NBA sports fans internationally.

Source: Statista

Edited by Alexander Bowers

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