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Morning Brew August 2 2022

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Erik Schafhauser

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Summary:  Worries Over Pelosis Taiwan Visit Cause a Pause in Equity Gains.


 

 Good Morning,

After a stellar July with the strongest Index gains since 2020, equities paused yesterday and today look under pressure as well.. Key event of the day is likely to be the visit of  Nancy Pelosi and a Chinese response. Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian said on Monday that it would be "a gross interference in China's internal affairs" if Pelosi visits Taiwan, acc to Reuters.

Yesterday, the big three Indexes fell, but all less than 0.5%. Manufacturing in the US came better than expected and indicated an easing of supply chain disruptions.

BP just now reported the best 2nd Quarter result in 14 years showing our stats team was correct with their take on energy stocks. Here our Peter Garny comments on Equites in July and what to watch out for.

Right now, European and US Index Futures trade app 0.5% lower.

USDJPY fell further to 130.85 after reaching 139.40 just two weeks ago, the USD Index fell below 106 to 105.30.EURUSD is at 1.0250 and GBPUSD at 1.2250. Gold rose to within reach of the 1785 resistance, Silver holds above 20 at 20.25 and the US 10 years Yield fell to 2.55.

The Reserve Bank of Australia hiked by 50 Bass points in the night but gave a cautious outlook and the Aussie fell 50 pips.

Bitcoin is holding above the 20k level but a little off the highs at currently 22900.

The Week should be dominated by any data indicating the further path of the Fed, Earnings and any fallout of the Sino-US tensions. The US Nonfarm Payroll will play an important role in gauging the state of the US labor market.

Trade safely!

Key Economic Data this week:

Today: Canada PMI at 15:30

Tomorrow: International PMI, China: 03:45, France 09:45, Germany 09:50, EU 10:00 UK 10:30 US 15:45

Thursday DE Industrial Orders, Bank of England Rate Decision, US Jobs data,

Friday: DE Industrial Output, US Nonfarm Payroll

 

Key Earnings:

Tuesday: Kweichow Moutai, Generali, Mitsubishi UFJ, BP, Koninklijke DSM, AMD, Caterpillar, PayPal, Starbucks, Airbnb, Occidental Petroleum, Marriott International, Uber Technologies, Ferrari, Electronic Arts

Wednesday: Nutrien, Maersk, AXA, Societe Generale, Siemens Healthineers, BMW, Infineon Technologies, Vonovia, Nintendo, JDE Peet’s, CVS Health, Booking, Moderna, Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Fortinet, Albemarle, eBay, MercadoLibre

Thursday: Novo Nordisk, Credit Agricole, Merck, Bayer, Adidas, Beiersdorf, Toyota, SoftBank, Glencore, ING Groep, Eli Lilly, Alibaba, Amgen, ConocoPhillips, EOG Resources, Air Products and Chemicals, Block, DoorDash, Twilio

Friday: Canadian Natural Resources, Suncor Energy, Allianz, Deutsche Post, Naturgy Energy Group

Expiries

        Physically Settled Futures:

Live Cattle - Aug 2022 will expire 5th Aug at 15:00 GMT

Expiring CFDs:

LIVECATTLEAUG22 will expire 4th Aug at 15:00 GMT.

 

 

 

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