The Daily Shot Brief – September 4th, 2018



The United States: US farm income continues to trend lower. The second chart below shows the regional changes.

Source: @FarmPolicy, @USDA_ERS; Read full article
Source: @FarmPolicy, @USDA_ERS


China: China’s shrinking labor force will become a drag on growth.

Source: Liberty Street Economics; Read full article


The Eurozone: The Eurozone’s consumer inflation was softer than expected, with the core CPI stuck at 1%.

Source: @JanVonGerich


Equity Markets: Fewer stocks are outperforming the market (worsening market breadth).

Source: @Callum_Thomas, @bySamRo


Global Developments: Here is the Q2 GDP growth by country.

Source: @chartoftheday; Read full article


Emerging Markets: India’s quarterly GDP attribution

Source: @ANZ_Research


Food for Thought: How much does a pint of beer cost?

Source: Mekko Graphics; Read full article





Edited by Joseph Cohen

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