字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Hi, it's Jeff Kleintop with 90 seconds on what we're watching this week. The big focus of the week will be on Commodity Futures prices and if they continue the decline of the past two weeks and ease concerns over the rapid rise of inflation. Industrial materials, like lumber and iron ore, and agricultural products, like weed and corn, have slid more than 10% since peaking earlier this month. It could be that manufacturers, after scrambling to meet obligations on the rush of contracts signed in the first quarter, appear to have adapted to the changing market conditions and adjusted their pace as prices climbed. Easing commodity price pressures may help support markets worried about the sharp rise in inflation pressures and what it can be central banks. Europe's leaders meet at the world policy forum later this week on issues including green solutions, as Europe nears the rollout of its massive green infrastructure in economic stimulus plan. And after big gains last year, green stocks have slumped but they rebounded partly in the past week and we'll be watching to see if they get a further boost on renewed policy commitments this week. Leaders of the big U.S. banks will testify to critical Democrats in the House and Senate this week on their business practices, and this could impact the performance of financials which have been the second-best performing sector this year behind energy. In terms of economic data, we're going to get the German IFO index on business climate and the US durable goods orders. Both may shed more light on the return of business capital spending, key to sustaining economic growth when stimulus finally begins to fade. Thanks for watching.