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Analytics, 09 May 2022

What will drive the markets this week?

Markets are expected to continue experiencing volatility driven by inflation, recent monetary policy changes and geopolitical impacts.

Investors this week are closely monitoring updates on U.S. inflation, with the release of the April Consumer Price Index (CPI) and Producer Price Index (PPI). Notably, inflationary gains have been driven by rising energy costs and rising food prices. Economists expect US inflation to slow to an annual rate of 8.1%, down from a 40-year-high of 8.5% in March.

Inflation data will also be available for major European (Germany) and Asian economies (China). Data on industrial production growth for Europe and the U.K to be released this week will provide insights on those economies.

Two of the world’s largest automakers – Toyota & Honda – report earnings this week, along with Disney, Alibaba, Fox Corporation & Warner Music Group.

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