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World Markets Daily News – In Brief – Sunday 12/06/2022



Wall Street Week Ahead: Dashed peak inflation hopes spell more pain for stocks and bonds

Blistering inflation is threatening to reignite twin declines in U.S. stocks and bonds, leaving investors with few places to hide from a Federal Reserve that appears headed for its most aggressive policy tightening in decades.


Dalal Street Week Ahead | 10 key factors that will keep traders busy next week

Experts expect the volatility to remain high in coming week as well, with the market first on Monday reacting to US inflation data that came in at 40 years high and industrial output data for April which both released later on Friday.


If You Thought the Tech Rout Was Bad, Spare a Dime for Retailers

For all that the slump in technology stocks has headlined a treacherous year for global equity markets, there’s one sector that’s faring even worse.


Will the Fed signal a slower pace of rate rises this autumn?

Market Questions is the FT’s guide to the week ahead