US inflation shocks not done punishing equities – 09/14/2022 at 08:38

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PARIS (Reuters) – Major European inventory markets had been anticipated to fall on Wednesday after the worst shut recorded on Wall Street since 2020, with stronger-than-anticipated U.S. inflation in August, fueling fears of tightening financial coverage. .

Index futures recommend a decline of 0.96% for the CAC 40 in Paris, 0.67% for the Dax in Frankfurt, 0.93% for the FTSE 100 in London and 0.75% for the EuroStoxx 50.

It was the announcement of a 0.1% client value (CPI) rise within the US in August, when markets had been anticipating as a lot as a decline, to start out a brand new motion of panic in most markets, with no additional indicators of a slowdown in inflation questioning the favorable situations for rates of interest and progress.

Every week forward of the Federal Open Market Committee’s (FOMC) resolution, estimates of a price hike capped at 50 foundation factors have now been fully scrapped and a 100-level hike, which did not occur. As famous on Monday, the FedWatch barometer is taken into account seemingly at 37%, leaving the 75 foundation level state of affairs to be most popular.

Economists at Nomura are amongst those that now favor a 100-level enhance within the “fed funds” price subsequent Wednesday.

“Markets are underestimating the extent of anchor supplied by inflation within the US and the diploma of response required from the Fed to problem it,” they defined in a observe.

Fixed earnings markets at the moment are pricing in a 4.25% Fed funds price by the top of 2022 and a non-negligible likelihood of a peak of 4.5% in early 2023, Deutsche Bank senior price strategist Eugene Lio famous for his half.

However, such a state of affairs implies an elevated danger of the US financial system tipping into recession, mirrored within the more and more marked inversion of the US bond yield curve.

Investors will due to this fact be intently watching the month-to-month US producer value figures due at 12:30 GMT. In Great Britain, inflation confirmed an sudden slowdown to 9.9% in August over a yr.

The values ​​should comply with:

On Wall Street

On the New York Stock Exchange, inflation figures triggered a violent and widespread promote-off on Tuesday after 4 consecutive classes of features, ending within the largest decline recorded since June 2020.

The Dow Jones misplaced 3.94%, or 1,276.37 factors, to 31,104.97, the S&P 500 misplaced 177.72 factors, or 4.32%, to three,932.69 and the Nasdaq Composite fell 632.86.35% ()

At the identical time, the CBOE Volatility Index jumped greater than 14%, the best since July 12.

All main sectors of the score ended within the purple, with essentially the most violent falls affecting telecommunications providers (-5.63%), client discretionary (-5.22%) and excessive tech (-5.35%).

Among the Dow, Boeing and Intel dropped about 7.2%, Apple 5.87% and Microsoft 5.5%.

Index futures recommend opening close to breakeven for now.

in asia

On the Tokyo Stock Exchange, the Nikkei index fell 2.78% by way of the American market, a decline that notably affected main expertise shares reminiscent of GentleBank (-4.40%) or Tokyo Electron (- 3.69%).

In China, the Shanghai SSE Composite misplaced 0.86% and the CSI 300 misplaced 1.21%.


US Treasuries yields steadied in Asian buying and selling after an increase in CPI figures, with the yield curve widening, reflecting rising recession fears.

The two-yr, at 3.7566%, returned to its highest degree since 2007 whereas the ten-yr, at 3.4139%, returned to mid-June ranges.

The hole between the 2 timeframes exceeded 34 foundation factors, down from 22 factors on Monday night.

In Europe, the German 10-yr, which jumped practically eight foundation factors on Tuesday, fell barely to 1.716% in early commerce.


The greenback misplaced 0.04% in opposition to different main currencies, a small a part of the spectacular enhance recorded on Tuesday (+1.37%, its finest every day efficiency since March 2020 and the beginning of the coronavirus disaster).

Against the yen, the dollar rose to 144.95 within the session, very near the 24-yr excessive it hit final week, earlier than falling once more in response to reviews from the Nikkei that the Bank of Japan was getting ready for potential intervention. foreign money market.

The euro was nearly regular at $0.9971 after falling to 0.9954. But it was buying and selling close to $1.02 forward of the discharge of US inflation figures on Tuesday.

the oil

The prospect of one other sharp hike in U.S. charges that would dampen financial exercise is weighing on oil markets and overshadowing relative optimism from OPEC, which on Tuesday maintained its demand progress forecast.

Brent was down 0.49% at $92.71 a barrel and US gentle crude (West Texas Intermediate, WTI) was down 0.46% at $86.91.

Key financial indicators on the agenda for September 14:

Country GMT index interval earlier compliance

EZ 09:00 Industrial Production July -1.0% +0.7%

– Over one yr +0.4% +2.4%

USA 12:30 pm Producer Prices August -0.1% -0.5%

– Over one yr +8.8% +9.8%

Market Situation:

(Some information might present slight variations)

Asian Scholarship

Index End Var. weight. YTD


Nikkei-22 27818.6 -796.01 -2.78% -3.38%

5 2

Topics 1947.46 -39.11 -1.97% -2.25%

Hong Kong 18848.4 -478.43 -2.48% -19.44%


Taiwan 14658.3 -236.10 -1.59% -19.54%


Seoul 2411.90 -37.64 -1.54% -19.00%

Singapore 3254.69 -35.39 -1.08% +4.19%

Shanghai 3238.57 -25.23 -0.77% -11.02%

Sydney 6828.60 -181.10 -2.58% -8.27%

A visit to Tokyo

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the fence


Index End Var. weight. YTD


Dow Jones 31104.9 -1276.3 -3.94% -14.40%

7 7

S&P 500 3932.69 -177.72 -4.32% -17.49%

Nasdaq 11633.5 -632.84 -5.16% -25.64%


Nasdaq 12033.6 -706.10 -5.54% -26.26%

100 2

Session particulars on the wall

highway: [.NFR]

“Next day” – replace

The subsequent session on Wall Street


the market


CAC 40 and futures above


Standards should be adopted

Paris and Europe:


the session


Closing Index Var. weight. YTD


Eurofirst 1662.44 -24.10 -1.43% -12.05%


Eurostoxx 3586.18 -60.33 -1.65% -16.57%


CAC 40 6,245.69 -87.90 -1.39% -12.68%

DAX 30 13,188.9 -213.32 -1.59% -16.97%


FTSE 7385.86 -87.17 -1.17% +0.02%

SMI 10891.5 -99.21 -0.90% -15.41%



weight. YTD

EUR/DLR 0.9975 0.9970 +0.05% -12.25%

DLR/Yen 143.74 144.55 -0.56% +24.93%

EUR/JPY 143.39 144.08 -0.48% +10.03%

DLR/CHF 0.9617 0.9613 +0.04% +5.43%

EUR/CHF 0.9593 0.9583 +0.10% -7.48%

Stg/Dlr 1.1495 1.1491 +0.03% -15.03%

Index $109.750 109.815 -0.06% +14.12%

0 0


Last Var. Spread/Bund


10 yr bond 1.7140 -0.0110

Bund 2 1.3960 +0.0130


OAT 10 2.2780 -0.0080 +56.40


10-yr Treasury 3.4159 -0.0070

Treasury 2 yr 3.7587 +0.0030

the oil

(Current Previous Var Var.% YTD

greenback) nt

Total 86.97 87.31 -0.34 -0.39% +42.08%

American gentle

Brent 92.76 93.17 -0.41 -0.44% +40.48%

(Written by Mark Angrand, with Kevin Buckland in Tokyo and Stella Qiu in Sydney)


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