22nd November 2021

Weekly Espresso

The infoshot to help kick-start your week

Last Week

  • JPMorgan Chase sued Tesla for $162.2 million, accusing the electric car company of “flagrantly” breaching a contract related to stock warrants after its share price soared.
  • The UK cost of living has surged at its fastest pace in almost 10 years with inflation hitting 4.2% in the year to October.
  • Oil prices fell sharply on Friday towards $78 a barrel as a fresh surge in COVID-19 cases in Europe threatened to slow the economic recovery, while investors also weighed a potential release of crude reserves by major economies to calm down prices.
  • EUR/USD slipped back below 1.1300 on Friday morning as a speech from European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde and new lockdown measures in Austria weighed on the single currency.

Market Pulse

Coming Up

  • UK Manufacturing Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) to be released on November 23rd, forecasted to be 56.3
  • U.S. Gross Domestic Product (GDP) to be released on November 24th, forecasted to be 2.1%.


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Risk Barometer

+ 0.2

as at latest realignment 31/10/2021


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