Podcast: The inflation fear is still alive with surging oil and natural gas
Saxo Market Call
Summary: While US technology stocks made a new all-time high risks are lurking beneath the surface with oil and natural gas prices marching ahead driven by OPEC+ decision to not increase production and limited supply of LNG to Europe while a number of gas pipelines are under maintenance. These price rises are pulling the inflation fear back into the market as higher energy prices can cause pain for households and businesses. We also talk the RBA decision overnight, weak German factory orders and why euro area yields could decline further before rising on higher inflation, the Fed's forced position in money markets, and lastly today's 1H result from Ocado. On today's podcast are Ole Hansen on commodities, Althea Spinozzi on fixed income and Peter Garnry hosting and on equities. on FX.
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