Podcast: Aggressive risk on ahead of US inflation data
Saxo Market Call
Summary: US and Chinese equities notched a solid session yesterday and overnight, taking US equities to new all time highs and Chinese equities further above key support. Having spent all week unwinding last week's reaction to the FOMC meeting, USD traders will need to decide as soon as today whether the greenback's rally will reassert or fully reverse, with May PCE Inflation data up later. We also look at signals from Nike's and FedEx's earnings reports, fresh spikes in shipping costs out of China, rising energy prices, another EM central bank tightening policy and more. On today's pod are Peter Garnry on equities, Ole Hansen on commodities and John J. Hardy hosting and on FX.
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