Markets are optimistic given strong earnings and positive economic indicators, but NAB’s David de Garis so supply chain issues will push prices up temporarily. But how long is temporary?
Susannah Streeter on how Argos helped lift Sainsbury’s online sales, whilst Mustafa Khanwala explains how apps like @MIshiPayApp will drive an online-instore hybrid shopping experience. Is this the future of the High Street?
Inflation concerns are on the rise again says NAB’s Rodrigo Catril, as US Treasury yields step up again. Meanwhile, stellar earning results, like Alphabet, Microsoft and Tesla this week, don’t always result in higher share prices – has the market reached a peak for now?
PMI numbers on Friday showed a sharp rise in services says NAB’s Tapas Strickland. All eyes are on the speed of the rebound in Europe now, whilst equities race higher in the US. With all this good news will there be even a hint of a change in future direction from the Fed this week.
Equities bounced back in the US today, as attention switches beyond temporary inflation to the US getting back to work. All the signs we are seeing are that the US is reopening, say David de Garis. https://t.co/PGhGeZ6DH2
US CPI numbers came in much higher than expected, with a swift market reaction. NAB’s David de Garis says the bond market reaction has been mature, but you could argue that the equity market has overreacted. Listen to why: https://t.co/UbdAjb9zja