字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Hi, this Jeffrey Kleintop with 90 seconds on what we're watching this week. Now, the biggest event for markets may be at the end of the week. Friday's 8:30 AM release U.S. employment report we widely watch for the pace of further progress. Economists are expecting a deceleration from the rapid employment gain in July but forecast a still-solid gain to push the unemployment rate lower. In his widely anticipated Jackson Hole speech last week, Fed Chairman Powell spent just 203 words discussing the job outlook but devoted 1059 to inflation, which could be a sign of where the Fed sees the risk to its plan to begin to slow its pace of bond purchases later this year. Then we get inflation readings in Europe with the August preliminary Consumer Price Index for many European nations this week. Overall, economists expected a tame 0.2% rise in European inflation to a rise of 2.7% from a year ago, the fastest pace in nine years but only half that of the rise in the U.S. where has inflation soared to 30-year highs. OPEC meets this week. Energy was the best performing sector last week as oil rebounded, driven in part by concerns around tropical storm Ida hitting the Gulf of Mexico over the weekend. OPEC has brought oil supplies back to the market in response to growing demand however the spread of the Delta variant jeopardizes travel and the cartel may pause its next planned production increase, helping to lift oil prices and energy stocks. Thanks for watching.