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Analytics, 12 July 2021

What will drive the markets this week?

Stocks closed mostly higher last week despite doubts on global economic growth due to the rising Delta variant of the Covid-19 variant.

The earnings season starts this week with big banks JPMorgan Chase and Bank of America reporting quarterly earnings. Delta Airlines is also reporting.

Bank earnings come at a time when they still face an extremely low interest-rate environment, which means their net interest margins will remain compressed for some time to come. Meanwhile, Delta Airline earnings, coming at a time when airlines are coming into focus this earnings season, will be useful in understanding the industry’s recovery.

Investors will also parse digest economic data including the Consumer Price Index numbers from across the world which will provide more clues on the inflation picture.

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