Political uncertainty and relief bill negotiations remain front and center on investor’s minds. Peak earnings season moves up a spot, while Brexit negotiations enter at the fourth spot. Finally, OPEC struggles to support oil prices enters at the fifth spot.
In this week’s Five Minute Macro, less political uncertainty remains in first, as Biden continues to hold a large lead in key states and relief bill negotiations hold the second spot. Future Fed asset purchases enters in the third spot, while peak corporate earnings season begins. Finally, the dollar keeps getting weaker.
With the developments from last week, US political uncertainty moves into the top spot, followed by remaining hopes for a relief bill. Covid resurgences drop to the third spot, with Brexit brinkmanship and falling oil prices rounding out the final spots.
In this week’s Five Minute Macro the top spot is still filled by the virus, vaccine and recovery uncertainty, but hopes of a relief bill jumps to the second spot. Heightened political uncertainty remains third, while US-China relations and oil enter in the final two spots.
Rising infection rates in Europe worry markets, while a dovish Fed pivot leaves unanswered questions. Political uncertainty accelerates in the wake of the passing of RBG, which has lowered prospects of a pandemic relief bill. Finally, Brexit brinksmanship hits the Pound.
In this week’s Five Minute Macro, the economy and the Pandemic continues to be the driving factor in markets, with a dovish Fed in second. Dollar depreciation moves up to third and Brexit and the Pound enters at fourth. Meanwhile, the next relief bill remains stalled in Congress. Also please meet our talented intern Evan Kloss.
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In this week’s Five Minute Macro the economic recovery and persistence of Covid-19 and the dovish Fed policy pivot remain top of mind for investors. US-China relations cool and the dollar keeps weakening as the pandemic relief bill remains stalled round out the final three spots.
Covid and the economy remain in the front spot, while uncertain Fed outlook moves up a spot, followed by heightened US political uncertainty. The stalled relief bill moves down to fourth and OPEC supply cuts moves into the top five.
Covid economic recovery and the relief bill negotiations remain front and center on investor’s minds. The Fed’s dovish pivot moves up to third, while US-China tensions moves down a spot. US political uncertainty moves into the last spot.
Recovery and the Pandemic remain first, while fiscal stimulus deadlock stays second. US/China tensions are brewing this week but the Fed remains ultra-dovish. Finally, corporate earnings wrap up this week.