What’s in Today’s Report:
- Sevens Report Technicals First Issue Today (Delivered to subscribers later this morning)
- The Fed Pivoted, So Now What?
- Weekly Market Preview: Will there be any debt ceiling progress, and does disinflation resume?
- Weekly Economic Cheat Sheet: CPI on Wednesday is the key report this week.
Futures are slightly higher following a mostly quiet weekend of news as markets look ahead to Wednesday’s CPI.
News was slightly positive on the debt ceiling over the weekend, as reports indicate the White House will try to negotiate a short term debt ceiling extension (to the end of September). However, it remains uncertain if even this short-term deal can get done before the “X” date.
Economically, German Industrial Production missed estimates (-3.4% vs. (E) -1.5%) but that’s not moving markets.
Today there are no notable economic reports but there is a potentially important release at 2:00 p.m. via the Bank Senior Loan Office Survey. Markets (and the Fed) are nervous the regional bank stress will curtail lending and put a bigger headwind on the economy. If the loan officer survey reflects that reality (a drop in bank lending) it could cause volatility as that would increase the chances of a potential hard landing.
Sevens Report Technicals – First Issue Being Delivered To Trial Period Subscribers This Morning!
We have been thrilled with the response to our new research offering: Sevens Report Technicals and we are very excited to deliver the first official issue later this morning. Sevens Report Technicals will be similar in appearance to the special technical report we sent out two weeks ago, which you can view here.
This new report will offer a “deep dive” into the technical dynamics of all of the asset classes we cover in the daily Sevens Report including:
- A “Top-Down” Technical View
- Dow Theory Update
- Key Levels to Watch Across Asset Classes
- A Dynamic Equity Sector “Dashboard”
- A Deep Dive Into Treasury Market Trends
- Market Volatility Observations and Takeaways
During this launch phase we continue to offer an additional month free on any quarterly ($75 discount) or annual ($150 discount) subscription. With a one month “Grace Period” during which you can receive a full refund for any reason, you take no risk trying Sevens Report Technicals. We are confident that you will find the research a perfect complement to your business or investment process.