Here's a brief overview of the topics and charts covered in the latest edition of the Weekly Macro Themes report (the flagship report of our institutional research service). I send this report out weekly late Friday NZ time and aim to cover a good mix of macro/ideas/risk management topics, across a global macro/multi-asset universe.
This week I covered the following topics/ideas:
1. Inflation Outlook: There are increasingly clear signs of upside risk to inflation short and medium term.
2. Global Policy Pulse: The global monetary policy cycle is turning from rate cuts to rate hikes.
3. Global Lending Conditions: Banks are starting to tentatively ease lending standards again.
4. Europe Macro: The macro outlook for Europe is taking a distinctly positive tone; reiterate bullish European equities as the major benchmarks breakout, with the Euro perhaps next to breakout.
5. AUDUSD: Lean bullish Australian dollar vs US dollar given improving macro, risk-on sentiment, commodities bull market, and neutral valuation/positioning signals.
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