Gerit Heinz, Global Chief Investment Strategist at Deutsche Bank's International Private Bank, discusses the purchasing manufacturers index (PMI) data he expects to see from around the world this week, and what it could tell us about the trajectory of different sectors and regions. Also discussed is the outcome of last week's Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) meeting in the U.S., and the publication of our Q2 Insights report, which provides an update on the CIO team's predictions for 2021 about the macro impacts of COVID-19.
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