The Daily Shot Brief – April 15th, 2019



The United States: This scatterplot shows the nation’s wage growth vs. the unemployment rate.

Source: FTN Financial


The Eurozone: Here are the destinations of the Eurozone’s exports.

Source: Bank J. Safra Sarasin, @acemaxx


Equities: The S&P 500 is back on the trend line.

Source: @NorthmanTrader


China: Exports are recovering.

Source: Danske Bank


Global Developments: Central banks have stopped tightening.

Source: Credit Suisse


Food for Thought: Local news:

Source: @pewresearch


Edited by Joseph Cohen

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The Daily Shot Brief – April 15th, 2019