The Daily Shot Brief – September 24th, 2020



Equities: It’s been a rough month for stocks.

Source: The Daily Shot

Rising political uncertainty is on the minds of some investors.

Source: Commerzbank Research
Source: Twitter

This risk is increasingly being priced into the options markets. Here is the VIX futures curve.

Source: The Daily Shot


Rates: TIPs continue to see record inflows, amassing $10.3 billion over the past 3 months.

Source: Arbor Research & Trading

What would it take for rates to rise?

Source: BofA Securities, @WallStJesus


Energy: US natural gas prices came roaring back after the recent collapse and are now up over 25% from the lows.

Source: The Daily Shot


Eurozone: Italy’s 30yr bond yield hit a record low.

Source: The Daily Shot


Global Developments: Advanced economies will need some time to fully recover from the global recession, according to Barclays.

Source: Barclays Research


Food For Thought: US Electoral College projections:

Source: ANZ Research

Edited by Daniel Moskovits

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