4th July 2022

Weekly Espresso

The infoshot to help kick-start your week

Last Week

  • As June ends, US Stocks have seen their worst first half-year since 1970: the benchmark S&P Index has fallen 20.6%, alongside other major US indices.
  • 10-year US Treasury yield fell on Friday to the lowest level since May, dropping as low as 2.79%, as recession fears leave investors looking for safety.
  • Fed’s Mester stated Wednesday that she backs a 75bps rate hike in July, should economic conditions remain as they are now.
  • G7 leaders increasingly worried about the complete shutdown of Russian gas. Jeffrey Schott, of PIIE believes this will lead to gas rationing, at least in the short term.

Market Pulse

Coming Up

  • US ISM Non-manufacturing PMI (Jun) released 6th July, expected 54.5 (from 55.9).
  • German 10-Year Bund auction takes place 6th July, following a previous yield of 1.330%.
  • US ADP Nonfarm Employment change published 7th July, forecasted 200k, previously 128k.


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Risk Barometer


as at latest realignment 30/06/2022


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