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Analytics, 07 June 2021

What will drive the markets this week?

Equities ended with modest gains last week, despite the May job reports indicating a modest economic recovery in the US. With the earnings season complete, investors are focusing on the economy and signs that the Fed may begin to tighten its monetary policies.

This week, investors will parse key reports in core inflation, consumer sentiment and expectations, the jobs turnover rate, and the G7 summit which begins on Thursday to discuss global corporate taxes and covid-19 vaccine distribution.

In the US, the JOLTS report which will be released on Tuesday will provide more clarity into the availability of jobs around the country. In Europe, investors will pay attention to the European Central Bank (ECB) meeting Thursday, which will center on interest rates and monetary policy.

Investors will also analyze a range of economic reports from around the world, including the Chinese trade balance for May, German Industrial Production (April), Eurozone economic sentiments Index, and Brazilian retail sales.

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