字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Hi, this is Jeff Kleintop with 90 seconds on what we're watching this week. Janet Yellen, U.S. Treasury Secretary, heads to London for a meeting of her G7 counterparts to work on a global minimum corporate tax rate. If a deal can be reached by finance ministers in advance, then the G7 leaders can formally and publicly agree to it at the G7 meeting in mid-June, and it can then act as a template for a deal among 139 nations in formal negotiations taking place at the OECD. And this could lead to the largest shakeup in international corporate taxation in a century, severely curtailing the ability of companies to shift profits to low-tax jurisdictions and ensuring that U.S. FAANG stocks pay more tax in countries where they make sales. Now, another hot reading on inflation in the U.S. this past Friday turns the calendar to Europe this week as they deliver an early read on inflation for May, and we get the May jobs report of course here in the U.S. on Friday. Those readings will test to see whether labor shortages and the rise in import prices will be passed on to consumers. We'll also be watching to see if Korean exports reveal its supply bottlenecks are improving. Surging semiconductor exports out of Asia can help these supply shortages that have resulted in production cuts and rising prices. Now, oil prices may be volatile this week as OPEC meets to review oil production plans, lifting output as global demand recovers from the pandemic, but they may rethink a July supply increase amid Iranian nuclear talks, and those talks could officially bring Iranian crude back to the market. So, that could introduce some volatility. Also, June 1st is the start of what forecasters are predicting will be an above-average Atlantic hurricane season, which could mean periodic rig shutdowns in the Gulf of Mexico this summer. Thanks for watching.