The Daily Shot Brief – May 24th, 2022



Equities: To begin, stocks jumped on Monday, boosted by banks.

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The United States:  Looking at the supply chain, congestion at West Coast ports has been easing.

Source: JP Morgan Research; SamRo


The Eurozone: Germany’s business sentiment improved this month, although the expectations index was roughly flat.

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China: The spread between PPI and CPI suggests that manufacturers have been unable to pass on rising input costs to consumers (putting pressure on margins)

Source: BCA Research


Commodities: US corn and soy planting progress are rebounding, but wheat remains a problem.

Source: @Ole_S_Hansen


Rates Demand for cash instruments has been surging as risk assets slump. The Fed’s RRP balances jumped above $2 trillion.

Source: The Daily Shot


Food for Thought: Lastly, here are the countries with the most islands:

Source: OpenAxis  Read full article

Edited by William Villacis

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