11th July 2022

Weekly Espresso

The infoshot to help kick-start your week

Last Week

  • UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson resigns following a chaotic week and over 50 resignations.
  • The pound slides to 2-year low against the dollar, trading below $1.19 at one point, amid rising concerns about recession around the world.
  • US payrolls increased 372K in June, above the expectation of 250K, as job markets seem to defy recession fears. Andrew Hunter of Capital Economics believes a stronger job market increases the likelihood of Fed’s aggressive rate hikes over the coming months.
  • Fed’s Waller and Bullard among the latest to advocate a 75 basis point hike later in July.
  • Former Japanese PM Shinzo Abe has died after being shot twice at a political campaign event.

Market Pulse

Coming Up

  • Eurozone ZEW Economic Sentiment (Jul) released 12th Forecasted to be -38.0 (down from -29.0)
  • Three sets of UK GDP figures released 13th July; MoM, QoQ and YoY.
  • US initial jobless claims released 14th Previously at 235K but forecasted to increase to 240K.
  • US CPI data (Jun) released 13th YoY value forecasted to increase by 0.1%.


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Risk Barometer


as at latest realignment 30/06/2022


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