The Daily Shot Brief – November 2nd, 2018

By The Daily Shot

Greetings,

The United States: This chart shows US household formation over time (renters vs. homeowners).

Source: WSJ.com, h/t Paul Menestrier; Read full article

 

China: This chart shows the RMB (yuan) usage in foreign payments.

 

The Eurozone:  Switzerland’s PMI is declining quickly (yesterday we saw sagging economic confidence – see chart).

Source: The Daily Shot

 

Equities: Small banks have boosted their borrowing in recent months which isn’t helping their share prices (especially if the yield curve stays flat).

Source: TS Lombard

 

Credit: Fixed-income ETF trading volume jumped, especially for EM debt and US high-yield.

Source: BlackRock

 

Emerging Markets: This chart shows central bank rates across Latin America.

Source: Pantheon Macroeconomics

 


Food for Thought: How quickly do companies fix software flaws?

Source: CA Veracode; Read full article

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