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Morning Brew October 31 2022

Morning Brew 1 minute to read
Erik Schafhauser

Senior Relationship Manager

Summary:  Central banks Key as dovish hopes and earnings boost equities

Good Morning

       The week will most likely be driven by central banks and company earnings – unless there is a significant surprise elsewhere.

The Fed will release rates on Wednesday, the Royal Bank of Australia on tomorrow and the Bank of England on Thursday.

While there is little doubt that there will be a 75 Basis point hike on Wednesday, there are rising hopes for slightly more dovish outlook from there. The December meeting is only seen to hike by 50 basis points, the peak rate is currently seen at 4.92% in May 2023.

Equities rose on that hope on Friday, FX and rates are not yet convinced. US 10 year yields remain at 4% and the USD Index in near 111, the US 500 rose to 3887, the US Tech 100 to 11500 and the GER40 to 13300.

Besides hopes for a dovish Fed, a shift in earning expectations boosted the sentiment, Analysts now see third-quarter earnings growth of 4.1%, up from 2.5% for the 500 stocks in the S&P Index.

GBPUSD Is trading just below 1.16, EURUSD below parity again at 0.9940, USDJPY 147.90, Gold 1640 and Silver 19.10.


The Swiss National Bank lost 142.2 billion Swiss francs ($142.60 billion) in the first nine months of 2022

Credit Suisse released details of its plan to raise 4 billion Swiss francs from investors, itis said to tap 20 banks for a capital increase acc to Reuters.

Chinas Manufacturing PMI disappointed at 49.2 vs 50 expected

Twitter was delisted from the New York Stock Exchange, Options will be cash settled in November,

The UN, Turkey and Ukraine pressed ahead to implement a Black Sea grain deal

Apple is likely to suffer a substantial decline in IPhone production due to covid restrictions in China.,

Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva narrowly defeated President Jair Bolsonaro in a runoff election in Brazil

Economic data:

Monday: Swiss FX Reserves, at HICP, EU HICP Inflation, EU GDP,

Tuesday: AU Rate, CN PMI, US PMI,

Wednesday: EU PMI, DE unemployment, FOMC Rate decision

Thursday: UK PMI and Rate decision, EU Unemployment, US PMI,

Friday; EU PMI, US Nonfarm Payrolls


Tuesday: AMD, Pfizer, BP

Wednesday: Novo Nordisk, GSK, Booking, Qualcom, CVS,

Thursday: Cigna Corp, Amgen, Paypal, Starbucks, EOG, DBS,


        Physically Settled Futures:

NY Harbor ULSD - Nov 2022 (HOX2) will expire 31st Oct 15:00 GMT

Random Length Lumber - Nov 2022 (LBX2) will expire 1st Nov 15:00 GMT

      Expiring CFDs
OILUKDEC22 will expire 31st Oct 16:00 GMT




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