This weeks potential Market Movers + Futures Trading Levels for July 12th 2022
Posted By:- Ilan Levy-Mayer Vice President, Cannon Trading Futures Blog
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This weeks potential Market Movers
by John Thorpe, Senior Broker
Happy Monday all! I hope everyone had a safe and memorable 4th of July week. We are back to a full trading week. Here are a few of the report highlights traders should pay attention to beginning on Wednesday. A rather light first two trading days with only two FRB board members speaking. John Williams today at 1 pm CDT and Thomas Barkin on Tuesday at 11:30 am CDT on Friday we have Raphael Bostic, 7:45 am CDT.
Recession talk should be the feature as the market will be paying attention to any mention of going off the current script which has been “watching the data points, “we have the tools” to determine policy”. Speaking of data points Wednesday
will include the market volatility energizer : CPI report
, The CPI published by the Bureau of Labor Statistics will be early and pre cash market open for the equities. @7:30 am CDT. Consensus for the CPI is an 8.8 % inflation rate as measured by consumer prices with a 1.1% increase from the May reading( this is the June CPI reading) Two additional data points the FRB is interested in are released Thursday morning
simultaneously @7:30 am CDT, Jobless claims and Producer Price Index (PPI)
Weekly unemployment claims are expected to roll in around 234,000 , slightly above the moving average of 232,500 weekly claims and the PPI expectation is an increase of .8% m/m, with an annual increased rate of 10.4 % When we get to Friday the market will need to digest Retail Sales at 7:30 am CDT and Industrial production
45 Minutes later at 8:15 am CDT The energy markets will almost always be impacted by the schedule of economic report and also have their own , industry specific reports. Wednesday
@ 8:30 am CDT the EIA Petroleum status report Highlights weekly changes in supply and demand for crude and it’s cracked products while on Thursday at 8:30 am CDT the EIA Nat Gas report
will reveal the supply and demand nature of the Natural Gas
sector of the energy market.
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