U.S. stocks fell again on Friday, the dollar fell along with U.S. bond yields, and oil prices fell for a second straight session on an unexpected build in inventories. This week, we will focus on the interest rate decisions of the Bank of Canada and the Federal Reserve, the fourth-quarter GDP of the United States and the US PCE price index.

【Review of the past—overnight market review】

GLOBAL BOND MARKETS: U.S. Treasury yields fell on Friday, with equities falling reflecting poor risk appetite and fears of a potential conflict in Ukraine increasing demand for safe-haven government bonds. The yield on the U.S. two-year Treasury bond fell 2.35 basis points to 1.0014%; the yield on the U.S. 10-year Treasury bond fell 4.59 basis points to 1.7581%; the yield on the Chinese 10-year Treasury bond rose 0.9 basis point to 2.722%.

Global currency markets: The dollar fell along with U.S. bond yields on Friday, as investors awaited the Federal Reserve meeting to provide a clearer outlook for interest rate hikes. U.S. dollar index futures were down 0.11% at 95.62, but were up 0.5% for the week. The dollar was down 0.4 percent against the yen at 113.680 yen, down about 0.5 percent for the week. The euro was up 0.3% at $1.1341, but was down about 0.6% for the week. Sterling was down 0.3% against the dollar at $1.3553.

Global gold market: Gold prices fell, affected by a general decline in commodity prices, but rose for the second week in a row, as inflation and geopolitical risks increased gold’s safe-haven appeal. Gold futures were down 0.6% at $1,831.80 an ounce.

International oil markets: Oil prices fell for a second straight day, hurt by an unexpected build in U.S. crude and refined oil inventories, while investors took profits after oil prices hit seven-year highs earlier, but still rose for a fifth straight week, with various signs Still showing strong demand and tight supply. Brent crude futures in London fell 0.6% to $87.89 a barrel; WTI crude futures fell 0.5% to $85.14 a barrel.

A shares: Last Friday, the Shanghai Composite Index fell 0.91% to 3522.57 points; the Shenzhen Composite Index fell 1.19% to 14029.55 points; the ChiNext Index fell 1.02% to 3034.68 points; the Science and Technology 50 fell 1.2% to 1290.41 points ; The FTSE China A50 Index fell 0.32% to 15,449.4 points.

Hong Kong stocks: Hong Kong’s Hang Seng Index rose 0.05% last Friday to 24,965.55 points; the Hang Seng China Enterprises Index rose 0.29% to 8,787.3 points; the Hang Seng Technology Index fell 0.44% to 5,870.57 points.

Taiwan stocks: On Friday, the Taiwan Weighted Index fell 1.75% to 17,899.3 points. TSMC (TW: 2330) fell 1.54% to 641 Taiwan dollars; Hon Hai (TW: 2317) fell 0.97% to 102 Taiwan dollars; MediaTek (TW: 2454) fell 1.83% to 1,070 Taiwan dollars.

European stocks: The pan-European Stoxx 600 fell 1.8% to 474.44 points on Friday; the UK’s FTSE 100 fell 1.2% to 7,494.13; France’s CAC40 fell 1.7% to 7,068.59; Germany’s DAX30 fell 1.9 %, at 15,603.88.

U.S. stocks: U.S. stocks fell again on Friday, led by technology stocks amid a poor earnings season and rising U.S. interest rate expectations. The U.S. S&P 500 fell 1.9% to 4,397.94 points, its biggest weekly decline since the new crown epidemic; the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 1.3% to 34,265.37 points; the Nasdaq Composite fell 2.7% to 13,768.92 points.

Cryptocurrency: As of press time, Bitcoin rose 1.4% to $35,936 within 24 hours; Ethereum rose 1.92% to $2,496.5 within 24 hours; Dogecoin rose 1.27% to $0.14036 within 24 hours, and SHIBA fell within 24 hours 1.38% to $0.0000223; XRP rose 1.91% to $0.61772 within 24 hours.

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【Heavyweight – Market News】

The cumulative number of confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia in the United States exceeds 70 million

On January 22, local time, according to data from Johns Hopkins University in the United States, as of 16:21 ET (5:21 on January 23, Beijing time), the cumulative number of confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia in the United States reached 70,373,128 There were 865,214 deaths in total.

Ukrainian President signs order to sanction several Russian companies and officials

The Russian Satellite News Agency reported on January 22 that Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky initiated the decision of the National Security and Defense Affairs Committee to sanction a series of foreign companies, including Russian companies. Several Russian officials were also sanctioned.

Biden administration officials have been in talks with Qatar, which could supply liquefied natural gas to Europe if the Russian invasion of Ukraine causes gas shortages, according to people familiar with the matter.

Russia proposes interim nuclear deal with Iran

Russia has proposed an interim nuclear deal with Iran, according to NBC News. Earlier, Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Khatibzad said that Iran ruled out the possibility of reaching a “provisional agreement” in the negotiations between the parties involved in the Iran nuclear deal.

European Parliament passes “Digital Services Act” to strengthen supervision of online giants

On the 20th local time, the European Parliament passed the “Digital Services Law” with 530 votes in favor, 78 votes against, and 80 abstentions. It is reported that the purpose of the law is to further strengthen the supervision of the business activities of large Internet companies.

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U.S. Treasury Secretary Yellen: Inflation expected to fall sharply in 2023

U.S. Treasury Secretary Yellen is optimistic about the U.S. economic recovery, and she expects inflation to drop sharply in 2023. The U.S. labor market is exceptionally strong.

ECB’s Lagarde: Other tools will be studied after ending asset purchases

European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde said the euro zone economy will see a stronger-than-expected recovery. The ECB doesn’t think inflation will get out of hand. Other tools, including interest rates, will be studied once asset purchases are concluded.

Bank of America: Oil will hit $120 a barrel by mid-2022

Given the low OPEC+ spare capacity, low inventories and rising geopolitical tensions, we again expect Brent to hit $120/USD by mid-2022, Bank of America said in its global research note. bucket.

【Domestic news】

Minister of Finance: More tax cuts and fee reductions will be implemented in 2022

Minister of Finance Liu Kun said that in 2022, focusing on key industries such as small and medium-sized enterprises, individual industrial and commercial households, and manufacturing, the policy will be based on phased policies, combined with institutional measures, taking into account financial affordability and the needs of helping enterprises, and implementing more comprehensive policies. Substantial tax cuts and fee reductions.

Renminbi rises to fourth most active currency globally in December 2021 for the first time in six years

According to data released by the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (SWIFT) on January 19, local time, in December 2021, in the global payment currency ranking based on amount statistics, the RMB global payment ranking rose to the fourth place in the world. rose to fourth place for the first time.

Ministry of Transport: “14th Five-Year Plan” to accelerate the promotion and application of new energy and clean energy transportation equipment

The Ministry of Transport issued the “14th Five-Year” Development Plan for Green Transportation, proposing to accelerate the promotion and application of new energy and clean energy transportation equipment; accelerate the promotion and application of new energy vehicles in the fields of urban public transportation, taxis, logistics and distribution; encourage the development of hydrogen fuel cells Automotive pilot application.

The “Implementation Plan for Promoting Green Consumption” issued by the National Development and Reform Commission and other departments also proposed to vigorously promote new energy vehicles, promote the pilot work of the application of the battery swap mode of new energy vehicles, and carry out the demonstration application of fuel cell vehicles in an orderly manner.

Development and Reform Commission: By the end of the “14th Five-Year Plan” to meet the charging needs of more than 20 million electric vehicles

The National Development and Reform Commission and other departments stated that by the end of the “14th Five-Year Plan”, my country’s electric vehicle charging support capacity will be further improved, and a moderately advanced, balanced, intelligent and efficient charging infrastructure system will be formed, which can meet the charging needs of more than 20 million electric vehicles.

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