Market Review week ending 8th July 2022

Market Review week ending 8th July 2022

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Weekly Market View from Realm Investment Management. Week ending 8th July 2022

 

Stock markets were generally higher this week. Investors became a little more hopeful that the Fed can successfully fight the inflation battle without causing a recession. Commodity prices have been falling back providing evidence that the Fed are achieving their goals. Even so, released minutes from the last Fed meeting showed that a further hike of “50 or 75 basis points” will be announced at this month’s meeting with Friday’s better-than-expected jobs data increasing that expectation.

Renewed COVID fears in China and concerns that corporate earnings have suffered more than expected are also weighing on market sentiment as second-quarter earnings season kicks-off this coming week in the US.

In the UK, Boris Johnson’s resignation temporarily lifted GBPUSD at the end of the week but the downtrend has resumed in earnest today with the Pound falling to its lowest level versus the Dollar since March 2020. Broad dollar strength is very apparent with the Euro approaching parity.

UK Market 8th July 2022

US Market 8th July 2022

The Big Picture 8th July 2022

Market Sentiment 8th July 2022

U.S. Risk Barometer 8th July 2022

Europe Risk Barometer 8th July 2022

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