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BlackBull Bulletin 13 July 2018

Weekly Market Update


U.S. – Russia summit

  • President Donald Trump will meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki, Finland from 16 July – 17 July. The two leaders will discuss topics from Syrian war and North Korean threats to alleged meddling in the 2018 U.S. election. However, the most important outcome of the meeting may be the extension of the New Start nuclear treaty between the U.S. and Russia. The summit will be one of the most anticipated summits in years, experts say they think Putin will come out with the upper hand.


Japan-EU Summit


EU-China Summit

  • 20th EU-China Summit will take place on 16 July in Beijing, China. The main topic of discussion will be the bilateral trade and investment relations between the two nations. Despite the U.S. tariffs on EU metal exports, EU shares concerns about China’s closed markets and intellectual property theft. The other topic of discussion will be on Foreign and security policy issues. These issues include denuclearisation of the Korean peninsula, Iran nuclear deal, the situation in Syria, Afghanistan, and the Rohingya crisis.


Earning Figures

  • Earning figures are set to release later this week. The earnings range from entertainment company like Netflix to big banks such as Morgan Stanley. The earnings releasing this week is a big portion of NASDAQ and S&P, better than expected performance will be positive for these indices.


Key Financial Figures


Other Key Figures

  • Job figures are set to release for the following countries:
    • United Kingdom – 17 July
    • Australia – 18 July

These figures represent the state of the labour market, a high than expected reading would likely to increase the GBP and AUD.

  • Inflation figures are set to release the following countries:
    • United Kingdom – 18 July
    • Japan – 19 July
    • Canada – 20 July

The Central Bank for the countries above wants to maintain the inflationary level between 1-3%.

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