Market Multiple Table: June Update

What’s in Today’s Report:

  • Market Multiple Table – June Update
  • ISM Services PMI Takeaways

There is a modest risk-off tone in global markets this morning as a favorable drop in inflation expectations in Europe is helping offset an unexpected rate hike by the RBA.

The Reserve Bank of Australia surprised markets for the second month in a row as policy makers raised rates 25 bp to 4.10% as still elevated inflation levels remains a concern.

Meanwhile, in Europe, the ECB’s 1-Yr Consumer Inflation Expectations dropped to 4.1% in April from 5.0% in March which supports the case that the disinflation trend in Europe and the U.S. has resumed which is helping bonds rally this morning.

Looking into today’s session, it is lining up to be a quiet day as there are no economic reports and no Fed officials are scheduled to speak.