Market Information Friday 16 July 2021

U.S. import prices increased substantially in June as bottlenecks in the global supply chain persisted, the latest indication that inflation could remain elevated for a while amid strong domestic demand fueled by the economy’s reopening and fiscal stimulus. Still, prices appeared to have peaked. Import prices rose 1.0% last month after surging 1.4% in May, according to the Labor Department on Thursday. The eighth straight monthly gain left the year-on-year increase at 11.2% compared with 11.6% in May.

A European Union climate masterplan to raise the cost of pollution and eliminate emissions is a step towards making companies more sustainable. In its biggest climate package yet, the European Commission, the EU’s executive body, announced 13 policy proposals spanning energy, shipping, transport and manufacturing.

Losses on Thursday knocked European shares 1.2% off all-time highs as a combination of lower than expected earnings and falling bond yields dampened sentiment. The pan-European STOXX 600 index slipped 1%, with the oil and gas sector falling 2.7% to a six-month low.

The 6M Euribor is unchanged at -0.51% compared to previous business day. The 10Y Swap decreased with 2 basis points to 0.00% compared to previous business day.

In the attachment, today’s market data on money and capital market rates as well as other rates are presented.