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Analytics, 23 May 2022

What will drive the markets this week?

Global equities closed mixed last week in a volatile session that saw major indices continue their weekly losses, driven by inflation and a series of disappointing retail earnings reports from major retailers, including Walmart and Target.

Meanwhile, bond yields continued to rally as growing concerns over the risk of a recession pushed demand for Treasurys and other safe-haven assets.

This week, markets will expect more earning reports from companies across sectors, including Zoom, AutoZone, Best Buy, Nvidia, Costco, and Alibaba. Economic data, including consumer and business sentiment, housing market and purchasing managers index (PMI) readings, will also be released.

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