6th June 2022

Weekly Espresso

The infoshot to help kick-start your week

Last Week

  • On Tuesday, German police raided the headquarters of Deutsche Bank and its asset management subsidiary DWS, in an investigation of alleged greenwashing. Shortly after, DWS said its CEO Asoka Wöhrmann was stepping down.
  • The aviation industry is struggling to cope with the rise in demand for travel amid a severe staffing shortage which has led to hundreds of flight cancellations among easyJet, Tui Airways and Wizz Air.
  • Shanghai ended it’s 2-month lockdown on 1st However, the easing of the curbs applies only to those in low-risk areas.
  • The S&P 500 fell Friday on dears that a stronger job market would embolden the Federal Reserve to continue on its rate hike path. The US economy created 390,000 jobs in May, beating economists’ forecast for 325,000 jobs.
  • Elon Musk startled investors on Friday with a warning on the economy and plans to cut Tesla’s workforce, joining a growing list of companies that have dialled back hiring amid decades-high inflation and fallout from the Ukraine crisis.

Market Pulse

Coming Up

  • A vote of confidence in Boris Johnson will be held by Conservative MPs from 6pm to 8pm, 6th June.
  • Eurozone interest rate decision to be released on 9th June.
  • U.S. CPI (YOY) to be released on 10th June, forecasted to be 8.3%.


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