11th September 2023

Weekly Espresso

The infoshot to help kick-start your week

Last Week

  • US Treasuries sold off on Wednesday as data from the US showed unexpected strength in the country’s services sector. Yields, which rise when bond prices fall, jumped as the data suggested there remained strong consumer demand within the economy which may impact the speed at which inflation drops over the next few months.
  • The Euro marked its eighth consecutive week of losses against the dollar last week as investors saw the difference in strength of the two economies widen. This comes after data showed that industrial production in Germany fell for the third consecutive month in July. In the US, however, jobless claims dropped unexpectedly, and demand seems to remain strong.
  • Apple shares fell last week as news emerged that China would widen its ban of government officials from using iPhones across the country. Apple lost around $200bn in market capitalisation across Wednesday and Thursday and helped to push the Nasdaq Composite down due to having the largest weighting of all the index members.

Market Pulse

Coming Up

  • UK GDP data released, September 13th, 7:00am
  • US August CPI data released, September 13th, 1:30pm
  • ECB Interest Rate Decision announced, September 14th, 1:15pm.


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as at latest realignment 31/08/2023


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