The Daily Shot Brief – November 8th, 2021



United States: The payrolls report surprised to the upside, with over 600k private-sector jobs created in October. Moreover, there was a 235k upward revision to earlier data.

Source: Daily Shot


Here is the breakdown by sector.

Source: Scotiabank Economics


Eurozone: At this point, there is no Russian natural gas flowing to Germany via Poland.

Source: Daily Shot


By the way, this chart shows euro-area expenditures for natural gas.

Source: Natixis


Emerging Markets: The top four countries comprise 74% of the MSCI EM Index. And they are all net commodity and energy importers (a drag on performance in the current environment).

Source: Truist Advisory Services


Energy: Additional Canada-US pipeline capacity should reduce oil shipped by rail.

Source: EIA Read full article


Credit: With banks’ balance sheets increasingly dominated by reserves and Treasuries/MBS, loan growth has been slow.

Source: @lisaabramowicz1, @EDexheimer, @theterminal


Capital markets have been happy to provide credit where banks did not.

Source: @LPCLoans Read full article


Food for Thought: COVID impact on the performance of professional soccer players:

Source: @florianederer, @schmal_w, @jjreade Read full article

Edited by Devon Lall

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