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9 Key Indicators over the last week

The 9 key-indicator update with conclusion at the end 💸


Let’s jump right in:


“[Date] // [Location] // [Indicator] // [Data]”


- March 16 // EU // Interest rate // 3,0% → 3,5%

- March 17 // EU // Inflation YoY // 8,6% → 8,5%

- March 17 // EU // Wage Growth YoY // 3,0% → 5,1%

- March 21 // CA // Inflation YoY // 5,9% → 5,2%

- March 22 // GB // Inflation YoY // 10,1% → 10,4%

- March 22 // GB // Core infl. YoY // 5,8% → 6,2%

- March 22 // US // Interest rate // 4,75% → 5,0%

- March 23 // US // Interest rate // 4,75% → 5,0%

- March 23 // GB // Interest rate // 4,0% → 4,25%


An interesting week with a bomb on GB’s core inflation that surprised many as it grew to 10,4%.


Interest rates are going up and inflation is taking it’s toll on the economies in the entire west.


A tough market to be in.


IMO we’re getting closer and closer to a Western recession, fuelled by the recent bank turmoil (not a crisis just yet).


I stay 16% in cash. Short on the S&P500. And big on bonds.


The objective for me is to get out with head above water, not taking on too much risk, and then buy in as the market get’s lower.



🙋‍♂️ What are you doing out there? 🙋‍♀️


And are these indicators worth anything for you to see?


Long-term Martin, out.


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