Monday: JN Core Machinery Orders, Current Account, Economy Watchers Current Index, GE Trade Balance, Industrial Production, EU Sentix Investor Confidence, EU Eurogroup Meeting, US CB Employment Trends Index, Consumer Credit, BoJ's Kuroda to speak Tuesday: JN Machine Tool Orders, AU NAB Business Confidence, CN New Loans, IT Retail Sales, US JOLTs Job Openings, NFIB Small Business Optimism Index, 3-yr Note Auction, Weekly API Inventories, CA Housing Start, Building Permits, Fed's Powell, Bullard, Bostic, Quarles, RNBZ Orr to speak, Televised Tory Leadership Debate, US Earnings: PepsiCo Wednesday: JN PPI, AU Westpac Consumer Sentiment, CPI/PPI, FR/IT Industrial Production, UK Industrial/Manufacturing Production, GDP, Construction Output, Trade Balance, NIESR GDP Estimate (tentative) GE 10-yr Bund Auction, US Wholesale Inventories, Weekly DoE Inventories, 10-yr Note Auction, CA BoC's Interest Rate Decision, Fed Minutes, Fed's Powell Testifies Before House Financial Services Committee, Bullard, BoE's Tenreyro to speak Thursday: JN Tertiary Industry Activity Index, AU MI Inflation Expectations, Home Loans, GE/FR CPI, IT 3/7/30-yr Bond Auctions, UK BoE Financial Stability Report, RICS House Price Index, ECB Minutes, WR OPEC Monthly Report, US Weekly Jobless Claims, CPI, 30-yr Note Auction, WASDE Report, Federal Budget Balance, Fed's Powell Testifies to Senate Banking Committee, Bostic, Barkin, Quarles, Kashkari, Williams to speak Friday: JN Industrial Production, Capacity Utilisation, CN Trade Balance, FDI, SP CPI, EU Industrial Production, WR IEA Monthly Report, US PPI, Fed Monetary Policy Report to Congress, Baker Hughes Rig Count, Fed's Evans, BoE's Vlieghe to speak
MACRO OVERVIEW - Anthony Cheung, Head of Market Analysis
An overview of the topics discussed in today's market briefing can be found below.
Click on the time stamps to jump to specific sections of interest.
Overview of current market sentiment (00:00)
Deutsche Bank slash 18,000 jobs, shared open up 3.5% (1:03)
A look ahead to the main trading events of the week with focus on Jerome Powell's testimonies and a slew of Fed speakers (5:39)
Japanese machine orders drop sharply as doubts remain on capital investment on expectations of a global slowdown (13:44)
Morgan Stanley turn bearish on global stocks (15:22)
Libya and Iran remain on the radar for oil traders this week (17:05)
Update on Brexit and what to look out for this week (18:56)
EU officials are considering Mark Carney for top IMF job (21:36)
Sam North gives his technical overview across assets for the week (24:00)
TECHNICAL OVERVIEW - Sam North, Associate
Below is a selection of products chosen by our lead trading mentor Sam. The briefing HERE contains his live run through of the charts this morning but annotated pictures can been seen below.
S&P 500 futures
WTI Crude futures
'THE TRADER VAULT' EVENT: LONDON - 11th JULY 2019
As reminder, I shall be speaking at the 'Trader Vault' event this Thursday evening at the Millbank Centre in central London. I'll be joined by author of the trading book 'One Good Trade' Mike Bellafiore so should be a great evening and hopefully I'll see you there!
Click HERE for tickets.
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