The Daily Shot Brief – September 2nd, 2019



The United States: This chart shows corporate profits as a percentage of the GDP.

Source: Deutsche Bank Research


Eurozone: Doves dominate the ECB’s Governing Council and are expected to deliver a “bazooka” stimulus package this month.

Source: @fwred


China: Goldman’s policy proxy index suggests that Beijing’s latest stimulus program has been more moderate than in 2015/16.

Source: Goldman Sachs



Food for Thought: Hurricane damage:

Source: Scotiabank Economics


Edited by Joseph N Cohen


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