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๐ŸŒž Chump Profit Morning Brief - Friday Edition ๐ŸŒž

Good morning! Here's your Chump Profit Morning Brief for Friday:


The markets are experiencing a notable sense of relief as the debt ceiling bill successfully makes its way to President Joe Biden's desk for signing. This bipartisan legislation, backed by President Biden, was passed by the U.S. Senate on Thursday, effectively raising the government's $31.4 trillion debt ceiling. This development has averted what could have been an unprecedented and historic default for the United States.


The debt ceiling bill had previously been passed by the House of Representatives on Wednesday, following months of intense partisan disagreements between Democrats and Republicans. The resolution of this long-standing issue has brought about a renewed positive sentiment in the markets.


This relief is expected to have a significant impact on market dynamics and investor sentiment. It provides stability and reassurance, as the risk of a U.S. default has been largely eliminated. Investors can now shift their attention to other crucial economic factors, such as Federal Reserve policy and the state of the U.S. economy.


One key upcoming event that will shape market expectations is the release of the Non-Farm Payroll (NFP) report. The NFP report, scheduled for later today, will provide valuable data and analysis, offering insights into the Federal Reserve's interpretation of the current state of the U.S. economy. Market participants will closely examine the NFP figures to gauge the pace of job creation, unemployment rates, and wage growth, all of which are key indicators of economic health.


Traders and speculators will pay particular attention to the NFP report's findings, as it will likely influence the Federal Reserve's decisions regarding interest rates. The report's outcome will provide clues about the strength and direction of the U.S. labour market, which plays a significant role in the Federal Reserve's monetary policy decisions. If the NFP report indicates a moderation in the pace of hiring, it could support the possibility of the Fed pausing its tightening policy, including any potential interest rate hikes.


Amidst these developments, market participants are also closely monitoring the outlook for interest rates. While the Federal Reserve has been signalling its intention to keep interest rates steady in June, there is an ongoing debate about the timing and extent of future rate hikes. Several Fed officials have hinted at the possibility of a pause in rate increases, considering the current economic conditions and potential risks.


In Asian trading on Friday, benchmark Treasuries experienced a slight dip, while equities in the region followed the positive trend set by U.S. benchmarks. The strength in technology shares continues to contribute to the overall positive sentiment in the market.


Furthermore, oil prices rose in early Asian trade as market participants weighed the likelihood of price-supportive OPEC+ production cuts over the weekend. Positive sentiment regarding U.S. monetary policy and the successful passage of the debt ceiling bill in Washington also supported the increase in oil prices.


To summarize, the passage of the debt ceiling bill by the Senate has brought relief to the markets, alleviating concerns about a potential default. The upcoming NFP report will provide further insights into the state of the U.S. economy and the Federal Reserve's stance on interest rates. Investors will closely analyse these developments as they navigate market dynamics and make strategic investment decisions.



Key events today:

- USD: Average Hourly Earnings m/m

- USD: Non-Farm Employment Change

- USD: Unemployment Rate

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