Market Information Thursday 11 August 2022

British consumer energy debt is already at an all-time high, a survey showed on Wednesday, with six million households owing cash to providers even before bills leap in October and again in January. Britain is bracing for already high energy bills to more than triple this year, with charities warning that millions of people could be forced into poverty if the government does not launch a multi-billion pound support package to soften the blow.

U.S. consumer prices were unchanged in July due to a sharp drop in the cost of gasoline, delivering the first notable sign of relief for weary Americans who have watched inflation climb over the past two years. The Consumer Price Index (CPI) was flat last month after advancing 1.3% in June, the Labor Department said on Wednesday in a closely watched report that could allow the Federal Reserve to dial down the size of interest rate hikes in September.

China’s producer inflation eased in July to a 17-month low, defying global cost pressures as slower domestic construction weighed on raw material demand, although consumer price increases hit a two-year high as pork supplies tightened. The producer price index (PPI) rose 4.2% year-on-year, the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) said on Wednesday, versus an uptick of 6.1% in June and analysts’ median forecast of 4.8%.

The 6M Euribor increased with 1 basis point to 0.74% compared to previous business day. The 10Y Swap decreased with 3 basis points to 1.76% 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.