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Analytics, 14 March 2022

What will drive the markets this week?

Global stocks closed mostly lower last week while oil, metals and other commodities rose as Western economies continued to sanction Russia for invading Ukraine. The latest volatility in the market came as the U.S. President #Biden announced ban on Russian energy imports and called for a suspension of formal trade relations with Russia.

This week, markets will continue to reflect the impact of the geopolitical events emerging from ongoing Russian aggression in Ukraine.

Notably, markets will monitor minutes from the two-day Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) meeting that begins on Tuesday. Investors expect that the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates during this meeting.

Investors can also expect producer inflation figures, retail sales data, earnings from several companies including Accenture and FedEx among others.

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