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Recession is over for all but name. According to Deutsche Bank, why a pullback in equities could come so quickly.


The organization in the US says the economy is in recession or not, seems to be falling asleep at work.

The National Bureau of Economic Research defines a recession as the period between the peak of economic activity and the subsequent low, or its lowest point. There’s no arguing that NBER is right to call the peak of the last cycle in February 2020, but the bottom is, if you look at the jobless claim, at the end of April and no later than May if you are look at employment or personal income.

Employment and personal income are on the bottom.

For the market, it has important implications for times when the economy is expanding or recession. Growth, as measured by the Supply Management Institute’s manufacturing index, typically peaks 10 to 11 months after a recession ends, according to research from Deutsche Bank. That would be right now, if you followed NBER’s definition of recession and didn’t stubbornly refuse to say it.

Over the past 20 years, there has been a 73% correlation between the S&P 500’s continuous, annual gains
SPX,
-0.10%

and the level of the ISM manufacturing index. That makes sense – you would expect assets to grow, like stocks, to be correlated with measures of economic growth.

According to Deutsche Bank data, the S&P 500 has sold off around its growth peak with an average of 8.4% and fell to an average of 5.9% as ISM was flat instead of falling. And the duration of these drops is early at peak – usually two weeks later, lasting a total of six weeks.

So when that peak comes is important. And Deutsche Bank says it will arrive in the next three months – not a big shock that read readings in March reached 64.8%, the highest level in 38 years.

“As growth peaks over the next three months, we expect discretionary investors to lift their positions from extremely high levels and see retail investors with inability to buy in. . Using historical experience as a guide to argue a near -6% drop if growth is sideways near the top, a -8.4% drop is greater than for V-growth in contrast, ”strategists said by Binky Chadha.

From there, however, stocks may bounce back, they said. And what’s important in the late summer and fall will be whether inflation sustains or accelerates and how the Federal Reserve responds.

The number of Fed minutes on deck

The minutes of the final Fed rate decision will be announced at 2pm Eastern time. The markets will focus on any discussion around when to slow down the rate of bond buying and how to define “further significant progress” on employment targets and maximum price stability – conditions. of the Fed to cut – to be determined.

Jeff Bezos, CEO of online retail giant Amazon
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-0.09%
,
The Wall Street Journal reported, citing a corporate memorandum, in favor of raising corporate taxes to pay for increased spending on infrastructure.

Cruise operators include the Carnival
CCL,
+ 1.74%

and Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings
NCLH,
+ 4.61%

Tuesday’s rally extends in pre-market trading, with optimism about when pre-orders may continue. Irish airline discount Ryanair Holdings
RYAAY,
-0.77%

to speak Restrict European travel will mean low passenger traffic at the end of its guide.

Toshiba Industrial Corporation
6502,
+ 18.28%

has skyrocketed in the commercial sector in Tokyo after receiving an offer to buy back by CVC Capital Partners, which would be one of the biggest private equity deals of all time if completed. Singapore Grab is valued at $ 35 billion in a deal acquired by Altimeter Capital’s Altimeter Growth 1
AGC,
+ 4.35%

special purpose acquisition company, according to the Financial Times.

Some stores
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-1.84%

workers are trying to trick the algorithm into offering higher-priced jobs, according to Bloomberg News.

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Loosen 10 years

10-year Treasury yield
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1,658%

fell over the previous week, reaching 1.65% on Wednesday.

US stock futures
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-0.03%

was very little touched.

Humans are no longer driving demand for microchips

Applied Materials Microchip manufacturer
AMAT,
-2.45%

Tuesday launched its vision for the next few years, targeting 2024 fiscal income of $ 8.50 a share from $ 26.7 billion in sales. When The market did not respond warmly, one of its diagrams shows the demand for microchips – driven by algorithms, not consumed by humans.

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