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Morning Brew July 27 2021

Morning Brew 1 minute to read
Erik
Erik Schafhauser

Senior Relationship Manager

Summary:  Market Overly complacent


Good Morning,

Equities continue to grind higher despite hawkish tones from various fed speakers, James Bullard believes the Fed needs to be more aggressive, Mester sees rates at 2.5% by year end, Mary Daly also sees higher rates as necessary. The Dow gained 0.7%, the S&P 500 1.1%, and the Nasdaq closed up 2%

President Zelenskiy is cautiously optimistic on negotiations: "It's very difficult, sometimes confrontational," he said. "But step by step we are moving forward." (Reuters) and further sanctions on Russia and Russian individuals are expected in the week when Joe Biden visits Europe.

The Vix Index is declining and the cost for put options has fallen significantly. The cost of an option that insures a 10% or more drop in the S&P 500 is 30% cheaper than just one week ago so it might be a good opportunity to stock up on protection. A 4050 put until June is trading at 65 per Index. According to Reuters the need for protection has declined as large investors have moved to the sidelines.

The Market seems overly complacent at the moment.

The GER40 is trading just above the  resistance mentioned yesterday  at 14515.

US 10 Year rose as bonds sold off and hit 2.4% up from 2.20 yesterday, the German rose to 0.5%.

FX in unimpressed and trading calmly, the USD index at 98.50, EURUSD back above 1.10 at 1.1025 and GBPUSD 1.3260. Gold and Silver recede to 1918 and 24.80 USDJPY is 121.

Oil prices turned higher again  after U.S. crude stocks fell last week, underlining how tight global supplies amid sanctions.

ZTE Corp completed five years of probation in the United States  and shares soar as much as 60% in Hong Kong

The First Tesla was finished in the new Berlin Gigafactory.

The UK CPI was just released 0.3% higher than expected,

At 15:00 CET we are expecting the US New Home Sales and at 16:00 CET the EU Consumer Confidence

Expiries

Physically Settled Futures:

PLJ2 will expire 23rd March at 15:00 GMT.

NGJ2 will expire 28th March at 7:30 GMT.

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