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Marketmind: After the storm

07/20/2021 | 03:07am EST
FILE PHOTO: The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) is seen in the financial district of New York

A look at the day ahead from Sujata Rao.

With the summer holiday season increasingly at risk of being swallowed by the Delta variant of the coronavirus, those who had piled into equities and commodities have rushed for the exits.

To sum up Monday's price action: oil prices fell $6 a barrel, world stocks lost $1.5 trillion in value and U.S. 10-year Treasuries fell 10 basis points -- at 1.18% they were some 60 bps off this year's highs hit in March.

While selling continued in Asia, a bit of calm has returned. European and Wall Street indexes are tipped to open firmer, Treasury yields are back above 1.20%.

Still, the question remains -- with COVID casting a dampener on the growth bounceback, how will central banks react?

Markets now see a December 2022 rate hike by the Federal Reserve as less likely and no longer fully price a January 2023 move either. Australia's central bank, which trimmed its stimulus scheme earlier this month, said the economic outlook had since darkened.

Bright spots? Some. With "real" bond yields -- the yield once inflation is stripped out -- at minus 1% in the United States and minus 1.6% in Germany, equities look like a pretty good bet.

Second-quarter earnings may mark peak bounceback from last year's funk but they look pretty good, with U.S. estimates revised to 72%, from 54% before the season kicked off.

In Europe, UBS reported a 63% profit jump, Remy Cointreau doubled quarterly sales and an earnings beat from IBM late on Monday sent its shares up 3% after-hours.

Dealmaking too continues apace -- from UK grocer Morrisons to LVMH, which plans to buy 60% of the Off-White streetwear label. Netflix will be the first of the FAANGs to report later in the day.

Key developments that should provide more direction to markets on Tuesday:

- China keeps key lending rate for corporate and household loans unchanged despite some expectations for a cut

- Japanese CPI up 0.2% in June from a year earlier, fastest annual pace in over a year as commodity prices bit

- Auction: UK 50-year gilts reopening

- Data: Philadelphia Fed survey for July, German PPI

- U.S. earnings: Halliburton, Philip Morris, Netflix, United Airlines, Chipotle

- European earnings: Ubisoft, Kone, Volvo, Easyjet, Volvo, Electrolux, Remy Cointreueau, Alfa Laval, Alstom, Telenor, UBS

Graphic; Dividend yield vs Treasury yield -

(Reporting by Sujata Rao; editing by Dhara Ranasinghe)

ę Reuters 2021
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ChangeLast1st jan.
AB VOLVO 1.14% 216.5 Delayed Quote.2.12%
ALFA LAVAL AB -0.32% 312.7 Delayed Quote.-13.91%
ALSTOM -1.05% 31.99 Real-time Quote.3.56%
AUSTRALIAN DOLLAR / US DOLLAR (AUD/USD) -0.59% 0.70771 Delayed Quote.-1.42%
BRITISH POUND / US DOLLAR (GBP/USD) -0.68% 1.33738 Delayed Quote.-0.16%
CANADIAN DOLLAR / US DOLLAR (CAD/USD) -0.16% 0.78875 Delayed Quote.0.19%
CHIPOTLE MEXICAN GRILL, INC. -0.73% 1358.46 Delayed Quote.-22.30%
EURO / US DOLLAR (EUR/USD) -0.82% 1.1148 Delayed Quote.-0.59%
HUGO BOSS AG 0.53% 53.48 Delayed Quote.-0.60%
INDIAN RUPEE / US DOLLAR (INR/USD) -0.43% 0.013298 Delayed Quote.-0.41%
KONE OYJ -0.53% 56.2 Delayed Quote.-10.41%
LONDON BRENT OIL 1.36% 90.93 Delayed Quote.13.01%
LVMH MOËT HENNESSY LOUIS VUITTON SE 0.42% 686.5 Real-time Quote.-5.97%
MERCK KGAA -1.59% 186.4 Delayed Quote.-16.65%
NETFLIX, INC. -1.83% 359.7 Delayed Quote.-40.29%
NEW ZEALAND DOLLAR / US DOLLAR (NZD/USD) -0.70% 0.6611 Delayed Quote.-2.16%
PHILIP MORRIS INTERNATIONAL, INC. -0.74% 101.38 Delayed Quote.7.52%
PROSIEBENSAT.1 MEDIA SE 0.33% 13.615 Delayed Quote.-3.14%
S&P 500 -0.15% 4349.93 Delayed Quote.-8.73%
TELENOR ASA -0.17% 147.4 Real-time Quote.6.57%
TESCO PLC 0.88% 298.2911 Delayed Quote.2.04%
UNITED AIRLINES HOLDINGS, INC. -0.84% 41.43 Delayed Quote.-5.37%
VONOVIA SE 2.37% 50.68 Delayed Quote.1.88%
WTI 1.20% 88.363 Delayed Quote.13.23%
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Net income 2021 125 M 139 M 139 M
Net Debt 2021 851 M 950 M 950 M
P/E ratio 2021 29,4x
Yield 2021 1,62%
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EV / Sales 2022 1,42x
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Last Close Price 53,18 €
Average target price 62,14 €
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