The Daily Shot Brief – September 7th, 2022



The United States: The US dollar continues to surge.

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Gasoline futures point to lower prices at the pump.

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China: The PBoC is getting increasingly aggressive in its efforts to stabilize the renminbi. The spread between the latest exchange rate fix and market expectations hit a new high.

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Stock continue to decline in Hong Kong. Tech shares are underperforming.

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Emerging Markets: Chile’s central bank unexpectedly hiked rates by 100 bps.

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Equities: Institutional demand for put options has been surging.

Source: Nomura; @investor743

Companies with large international sales exposure have been underperforming as the US dollar surges.

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Rates: Market expectations for the neutral rate have been rising.

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Food for Thought: Lastly, let’s take a look at household debt changes since 2008.

Source: Wells Fargo Securities


Edited by Alexander Bowers

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