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Direct from the Chief Investment Office (CIO) of Deutsche Bank's International Private Bank, this Weekly Investment Outlook is designed to brief you on our views about the week ahead. Each week, a senior member of our CIO team will summarise the most significant events we expect to take place over the coming days, how these might affect the markets. and what the broader implications might be for the global economy.

For more investing insights, please visit www.deutschewealth.com

This podcast may be considered marketing material. The value of an investment can fall as well as rise and you might not get back the amount originally invested. The services described in this podcast are provided by Deutsche Bank AG or by its subsidiaries and/or affiliates in accordance with appropriate local legislation and regulation. Deutsche Bank AG is subject to comprehensive supervision by the European Central Bank (“ECB”), by Germany’s Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (BaFin) and by Germany’s central bank (“Deutsche Bundesbank”). Brokerage services in the United States are offered through Deutsche Bank Securities Inc., a broker-dealer and registered investment adviser, which conducts investment banking and securities activities in the United States. Deutsche Bank Securities Inc. is a member of FINRA, NYSE and SIPC. Lending and banking services in the United States are offered through Deutsche Bank Trust Company Americas, member FDIC, and other members of the Deutsche Bank Group. The products, services, information and/or materials referred to within this podcast may not be available for residents of certain jurisdictions. © 2021 Deutsche Bank AG and/or its subsidiaries. All rights reserved. This podcast may not be used, reproduced, copied or modified without the written consent of Deutsche Bank AG. 030620 030121

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Direct from the Chief Investment Office (CIO) of Deutsche Bank's International Private Bank, this Weekly Investment Outlook is designed to brief you on our views about the week ahead. Each week, a senior member of our CIO team will summarise the most significant events we expect to take place over the coming days, how these might affect the markets. and what the broader implications might be for the global economy.

For more investing insights, please visit www.deutschewealth.com

This podcast may be considered marketing material. The value of an investment can fall as well as rise and you might not get back the amount originally invested. The services described in this podcast are provided by Deutsche Bank AG or by its subsidiaries and/or affiliates in accordance with appropriate local legislation and regulation. Deutsche Bank AG is subject to comprehensive supervision by the European Central Bank (“ECB”), by Germany’s Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (BaFin) and by Germany’s central bank (“Deutsche Bundesbank”). Brokerage services in the United States are offered through Deutsche Bank Securities Inc., a broker-dealer and registered investment adviser, which conducts investment banking and securities activities in the United States. Deutsche Bank Securities Inc. is a member of FINRA, NYSE and SIPC. Lending and banking services in the United States are offered through Deutsche Bank Trust Company Americas, member FDIC, and other members of the Deutsche Bank Group. The products, services, information and/or materials referred to within this podcast may not be available for residents of certain jurisdictions. © 2021 Deutsche Bank AG and/or its subsidiaries. All rights reserved. This podcast may not be used, reproduced, copied or modified without the written consent of Deutsche Bank AG. 030620 030121

    Inflation – transitory highs or here to stay?

    Inflation – transitory highs or here to stay?

    Following an important ECB policy meeting and US CPI numbers out last week, Gerit Heinz, Global Chief Strategist for Deutsche Bank’s International Private Bank, explains what this means for the markets along with his outlook for the week ahead. Global growth and inflation are trending higher, with all eyes focused on the language to come out of the Central Bank meetings in the US this week.

    • 7 min
    Employment wins and inflation woes

    Employment wins and inflation woes

    U.S. employment gains are back on track but high inflation rates continue to unsettle financial markets and central banks. Sebastian Janker, Head of the Chief Investment Office for Europe and the Americas at Deutsche Bank International Private Bank, discusses U.S. labour and consumer prices data as well as policy options for this week’s ECB meeting.
    For more investing insights, please visit www.deutschewealth.com
    This podcast may be considered marketing material. The value of an investment can fall as well as rise and you might not get back the amount originally invested. The services described in this podcast are provided by Deutsche Bank AG or by its subsidiaries and/or affiliates in accordance with appropriate local legislation and regulation. Deutsche Bank AG is subject to comprehensive supervision by the European Central Bank (“ECB”), by Germany’s Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (BaFin) and by Germany’s central bank (“Deutsche Bundesbank”). Brokerage services in the United States are offered through Deutsche Bank Securities Inc., a broker-dealer and registered investment adviser, which conducts investment banking and securities activities in the United States. Deutsche Bank Securities Inc. is a member of FINRA, NYSE and SIPC. Lending and banking services in the United States are offered through Deutsche Bank Trust Company Americas, member FDIC, and other members of the Deutsche Bank Group. The products, services, information and/or materials referred to within this podcast may not be available for residents of certain jurisdictions. © 2021 Deutsche Bank AG and/or its subsidiaries. All rights reserved. This podcast may not be used, reproduced, copied or modified without the written consent of Deutsche Bank AG. 030620 030121

    • 7 min
    All eyes on U.S. non-farm payrolls

    All eyes on U.S. non-farm payrolls

    All eyes are on the key US non-farm payrolls read-out, due on June 4 at the end of a holiday-shortened week in the US and UK. After last month’s result left market participants underwhelmed, this number should give investors a better sense of the strength of the economic recovery in the U.S. Deepak Puri, Chief Investment Officer for the Americas, explains the key numbers to look out for during the course of the next week, whilst outlining a number of important changes to the global CIO forecasts following a quarterly review.
    For more investing insights, please visit www.deutschewealth.com
    This podcast may be considered marketing material. The value of an investment can fall as well as rise and you might not get back the amount originally invested. The services described in this podcast are provided by Deutsche Bank AG or by its subsidiaries and/or affiliates in accordance with appropriate local legislation and regulation. Deutsche Bank AG is subject to comprehensive supervision by the European Central Bank (“ECB”), by Germany’s Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (BaFin) and by Germany’s central bank (“Deutsche Bundesbank”). Brokerage services in the United States are offered through Deutsche Bank Securities Inc., a broker-dealer and registered investment adviser, which conducts investment banking and securities activities in the United States. Deutsche Bank Securities Inc. is a member of FINRA, NYSE and SIPC. Lending and banking services in the United States are offered through Deutsche Bank Trust Company Americas, member FDIC, and other members of the Deutsche Bank Group. The products, services, information and/or materials referred to within this podcast may not be available for residents of certain jurisdictions. © 2021 Deutsche Bank AG and/or its subsidiaries. All rights reserved. This podcast may not be used, reproduced, copied or modified without the written consent of Deutsche Bank AG. 030620 030121

    • 10 min
    Volatility still the name of the game

    Volatility still the name of the game

    Markets are likely to remain volatile over the next couple of weeks but the economy is “on track” and some investors may even want to invest if there is a pull-back. Tuan Huynh, Chief Investment Officer for Europe and APAC, explains why he won’t be concerned if the swings of the past couple of weeks continue in the short term.
    For more investing insights, please visit www.deutschewealth.com
    This podcast may be considered marketing material. The value of an investment can fall as well as rise and you might not get back the amount originally invested. The services described in this podcast are provided by Deutsche Bank AG or by its subsidiaries and/or affiliates in accordance with appropriate local legislation and regulation. Deutsche Bank AG is subject to comprehensive supervision by the European Central Bank (“ECB”), by Germany’s Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (BaFin) and by Germany’s central bank (“Deutsche Bundesbank”). Brokerage services in the United States are offered through Deutsche Bank Securities Inc., a broker-dealer and registered investment adviser, which conducts investment banking and securities activities in the United States. Deutsche Bank Securities Inc. is a member of FINRA, NYSE and SIPC. Lending and banking services in the United States are offered through Deutsche Bank Trust Company Americas, member FDIC, and other members of the Deutsche Bank Group. The products, services, information and/or materials referred to within this podcast may not be available for residents of certain jurisdictions. © 2021 Deutsche Bank AG and/or its subsidiaries. All rights reserved. This podcast may not be used, reproduced, copied or modified without the written consent of Deutsche Bank AG. 030620 030121

    • 7 min
    Inflation stays centre-stage

    Inflation stays centre-stage

    Markets have been rattled by high U.S. inflation rates and price concerns seem likely to remain centre-stage for weeks to come. Gerit Heinz, Chief Investment Strategist at Deutsche Bank International Private Bank, explains the multiple factors behind increased inflation and discusses how markets may respond to this week’s developments in the U.S. and Europe.
    For more investing insights, please visit www.deutschewealth.com
    This podcast may be considered marketing material. The value of an investment can fall as well as rise and you might not get back the amount originally invested. The services described in this podcast are provided by Deutsche Bank AG or by its subsidiaries and/or affiliates in accordance with appropriate local legislation and regulation. Deutsche Bank AG is subject to comprehensive supervision by the European Central Bank (“ECB”), by Germany’s Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (BaFin) and by Germany’s central bank (“Deutsche Bundesbank”). Brokerage services in the United States are offered through Deutsche Bank Securities Inc., a broker-dealer and registered investment adviser, which conducts investment banking and securities activities in the United States. Deutsche Bank Securities Inc. is a member of FINRA, NYSE and SIPC. Lending and banking services in the United States are offered through Deutsche Bank Trust Company Americas, member FDIC, and other members of the Deutsche Bank Group. The products, services, information and/or materials referred to within this podcast may not be available for residents of certain jurisdictions. © 2021 Deutsche Bank AG and/or its subsidiaries. All rights reserved. This podcast may not be used, reproduced, copied or modified without the written consent of Deutsche Bank AG. 030620 030121

    • 8 min
    When is good news actually bad news?

    When is good news actually bad news?

    Could a sustained rise in inflation cause central banks to start tapering earlier than expected? Sebastian Janker, Head of the Chief Investment Office for Europe and the Americas in the International Private Bank discusses the implications for yields and equity markets.
    For more investing insights, please visit www.deutschewealth.com
    This podcast may be considered marketing material. The value of an investment can fall as well as rise and you might not get back the amount originally invested. The services described in this podcast are provided by Deutsche Bank AG or by its subsidiaries and/or affiliates in accordance with appropriate local legislation and regulation. Deutsche Bank AG is subject to comprehensive supervision by the European Central Bank (“ECB”), by Germany’s Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (BaFin) and by Germany’s central bank (“Deutsche Bundesbank”). Brokerage services in the United States are offered through Deutsche Bank Securities Inc., a broker-dealer and registered investment adviser, which conducts investment banking and securities activities in the United States. Deutsche Bank Securities Inc. is a member of FINRA, NYSE and SIPC. Lending and banking services in the United States are offered through Deutsche Bank Trust Company Americas, member FDIC, and other members of the Deutsche Bank Group. The products, services, information and/or materials referred to within this podcast may not be available for residents of certain jurisdictions. © 2021 Deutsche Bank AG and/or its subsidiaries. All rights reserved. This podcast may not be used, reproduced, copied or modified without the written consent of Deutsche Bank AG. 030620 030121

    • 5 min

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