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. It's a big week for policy and politics. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen is set to testify before the house Ways and Means committee about the proposed 2022 federal budget and Democrats are preparing to move infrastructure forward without Republican support. Lawmakers need to draft a bill that can win support from all 50 Senate Democrats and that's not a quick or easy task. Now on Thursday, the SEC is expected to deliver its Bitcoin ETF decision, as applications pile up. But it's not just domestic issues -- geopolitics are back as Iran nuclear talks reconvene at the same time a new Iranian president is being elected. NATO meets with Russia and recent cyber security events in focus, and the U.S. and European Union hold a summit with trade likely to be a big topic. On Wednesday, Federal Reserve officials will officially publish their projections for interest rates, employment, and inflation for the first time since March. Chairman Powell -- he'll be facing questions about when policy makers will be tapering their bond buying program. His responses could move the markets. There are some central bank meetings outside the U.S. and they will be closely watched as well including Japan, Norway, Switzerland, and Brazil among others. Most are likely to refrain from reining in stimulus, seeing increasing signs that inflation's surge may be transitory. Industrial project production for Europe, Japan, China, and the US will be released this week with hard data on how supply shortages are affecting factories. The good news is there appears to be some logjams breaking when it relates two supplies. Thanks for watching.