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Analytics, 18 April 2022

What will drive the markets this week?

Markets closed lower last week on mixed results from major banks as worries over rising inflation and prospects of an economic slowdown saw major indices slump.

The earnings season continues this week with Bank of America, Charles Schwab, Johnson & Johnson, Netflix, Tesla, American Express, and others reporting quarterly results. Last week investors had initial insights into the financial sector’s performance, which saw mixed reports from major banks.

In economic data, China’s first-quarter GDP beat expectations after growing at 4.8% from a year earlier, the country announced on Monday. Beijing has set its GDP target at 5.5%, its least ambitious goal in three decades, though it’s already looking challenging in the face of lockdowns in Shanghai and the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

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