The Daily Shot Brief – September 14th, 2018



The United States: Relative to other countries, US housing valuations do not appear to be stretched.

Source: Oxford Economics


The United Kingdom: The nation’s housing market momentum is slowing again.

Source: @samueltombs


China: Here is Goldman’s China current activity indicator.

Source: Goldman Sachs


The Eurozone: The ECB downgraded its forecast (slightly) for the GDP growth and inflation. The central bank is expected to conclude its QE program by the end of the year, but “liftoff” is a long way off.

Source: The Daily Shot


Equity Markets: Primary market CLO AAA spreads have been climbing recently.

Source: @LPCLoans


Global Developments: This is a heat map of property markets around the world.

Source: Oxford Economics


Emerging Markets: This chart shows the distribution of EM sovereign ratings.

Source: Moody’s Investors Service


Food for Thought: The cost of living vs. social security benefits:

Source: @howmuch_net; Read full article


Have a great weekend!



Edited by Joseph Cohen

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