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Analytics, 14 June 2021

What will drive the markets this week?

Global stocks closed higher last week, with the S&P 500 hitting a fresh record in the US despite concerns over inflation. In Europe, reopening optimism continues to push markets higher as investors rotate into cyclical sectors such as commodities, industrials, and banks that tend to benefit from an economic recovery.

This week, investors will expect a relatively quiet corporate calendar and a very busy economic calendar, highlighted by the Federal Reserve’s meeting – Tuesday & Wednesday - on interest rates.

In the economic calendar, investors will parse reports on industrial production, manufacturing, and labor costs from several European countries, at a time when European equity markets are experiencing a strong resurgence.

Monday, June 7:

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Friday, June 10:

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