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. Many central bankers will have an opportunity to opine on the outlook for inflation and policy this week. There are 14 scheduled Fed speeches this week among many others by members of the world's major central banks. On balance, if they push back against moving too quickly to rein in stimulus, the market could reverse last week's countertrend moves that followed the Fed meeting. Data confirming that a key driver of inflation pressures may be easing could come on Wednesday. Port congestion is easing rapidly and that could reduce supplier delivery times in the preliminary PMI reports for June. If the logjam of supply bottlenecks is breaking, it may ease input shortages that have curbed output and lifted prices. Later this week, stress test results on the largest banks will be released by the European Central Bank and the Fed designed to measure the bank's ability to weather a financial crisis. Now, banks that pass will exit from dividend restrictions just ahead of Q2 earnings reports, which may prompt investors to focus on yield. A house committee will vote this week on five antitrust bills targeting big tech companies and could move the FAANG stocks. The bills are aimed at curbing their market power in control. We'll be watching how much bipartisan support the bills get in committee votes -- that will signal whether they have a realistic chance of passing Congress later this year. Thanks for watching.