The Daily Shot Brief – November 19th, 2021



United States: Companies are increasingly utilizing air cargo to speed up key deliveries as other modes of freight transportation become backed up. It’s an expensive way to move inventory.

Source: Evercore ISI


Canada: A number of large union contracts are about to expire, potentially resulting in sharp wage increases.

Source: Shelly Hagan, Bloomberg Read full article


Europe: Next, we have the evolution of fiber internet in the EU and the UK (combined).

Source: ING


Asia-Pacific: South Korea’s stock market has been underperforming.

Source: @WSJ Read full article


The nation’s households have been buying stocks as foreigners sold.

Source: @WSJ Read full article


Emerging Markets: EM policy tightening could pause as growth weakens and inflation moderates.

Source: Alpine Macro


Food for Thought: The number of containers loaded at Port of Long Beach:

Source: @WSJ Read full article

Edited by Devon Lall

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