The Daily StockTips Newsletter 08.09.2022
(Published 7:30 AM ET MON-FRI)
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CONSENSUS INFLATION EXPECTATIONS ARE LOWER: I checked the consensus inflation data this morning. The YoY inflation cut this Wednesday is expected to come in at 8.7%, likely as a result of decreasing gas prices. YoY core inflation is expected to rise to 6.1%. Month over Month numbers are expected to rise with inflation increasing 0.2% & Core inflation 0.5%. If we get a hot inflation read the Fed will reconsider their approach to rate hikes, driving uncertainty in the markets.
(TODAY) NON-FARM PRODUCTIVITY & UNIT LABOR COSTS: Nonfarm Productivity QoQ Prel Q2 will be reported today with Unit Labor Costs QoQ Prel Q2. Analyst consensus on non-farm productivity is -4.7%. Unit labor costs are assessed to increase to 9.5%. Both will be reported at 08:30 ET today. Note that the non-farm productivity will have implications on GDP. Indeed the only reason GDP wasn’t lower last quarter was it was propped up by the service industry. And note the unit labor costs will have an effect on consumer demand, & therefore also non-farm productivity.
S&P 500, Nasdaq futures fall on Tuesday as chip stocks decline
U.S. Treasury yields tick up as investors look ahead to key inflation data
European markets retreat slightly as focus turns to U.S. inflation, Fed outlook
Japan’s Nikkei leads losses in mixed Asia markets; SoftBank shares drop 7% after earnings losses
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