Markets are finally sensing that something is rotten in the economy. We have a look at what to stay on top of in the weeks to come.
With today’s release of the total Ifo data from the manufacturing sector we wanted to quickly touch upon the main data points we are looking at. We particularly note that good news in Germany, is now bad news for the EUR, since an uptick in the industry means more gas buying, which in turn means more FX outflow.
This week we had the anticipated German Ifo report come out in full, and while most parameters did not surprise, some might just be worth a closer inspection – an inspection we’ve decided to carry out
The doves are back after yesterday’s job openings data which signaled a labor market cooling off, allowing consensus to favor a pause in September. As always, there are plenty of things to dive into in this week’s edition.
The IFO Survey from Germany was a mixed bag of goodies but it emphasizes the trends seen lately. Germany is likely in a disinflationary recession already.
There are admittedly early signs that the Manufacturing sector rebounds in the US with the Dallas Fed PMI confirming the stabilization narrative. We tend to agree on the direction of travel in Manufacturing, but here is everything you need to watch outside of that sector.
Focus on cyclical indicators from Europe and the US this week while China is trying to prop up local assets again. Make or break time!
A brief nugget about today’s headline Ifo numbers. We’ll release an article about the full report next week.