The Daily Shot Brief – November 23rd, 2021



Administrative Update: As a reminder, The Daily Shot Brief will not be published on November 24th, 25th, and 26th.


United States: The stock market initially cheered Jerome Powell’s reappointment. But then the realization set in that the Fed is now on course to accelerate monetary tightening.

Source: Daily Shot


Eurozone: On the surface, issuance pressure is decreasing next year, but if lower ECB purchases are included, net issuance will actually increase, pushing yields higher.

Source: Nordea Markets


Emerging Markets: Worries about Russia invading Ukraine persist.

Source: VOA Read full article


Commodities: This chart shows the decomposition of silver demand.

Source: Pavilion Global Markets


Energy: Americans increasingly support nuclear energy.

Source: Longview Economics


Food for Thought: US consumer spending in November:

Source: Morning Consult Read full article

Edited by Devon Lall

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