The stock market had another negative week, erasing last week’s gains. On Thursday, the market briefly rallied due to technical factors, but this was not enough to overcome the inflationary pressures pushing the Fed to continue its hawkish policy.
The treasury yields market also reacted to the CPI data, especially at the curve’s shorter end. While the 10y UST increased 10 bps, the 3months treasuries jumped 35 bps.
After breaking the negative trend with a favourable week due to OPEC+’s decision, oil posted a negative week, going down 7.38%. The driver of this downturn continues to be the slowdown in global growth caused by the contractive policy of the central banks around the world.