The major indexes stumbled Monday morning as investors look ahead to key inflation data this week as fears of a coming recession grow.

This week’s Consumer Price Index and Producer Price Index data — scheduled for Wednesday and Thursday, respectively — will give us more information about the current rate of inflation, and will help the Federal Reserve determine its next steps.

Last week’s employment data indicated the labor market is weakening. This lines up with economists’ expectations for the beginning of a slow-moving recession.

In other news, companies begin reporting first-quarter earnings this week. Tilray Brands Inc. (Nasdaq: TLRY) reports on Monday after the close, while big banks JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE: JPM), Wells Fargo & Co. (NYSE: WFC) and Citigroup Inc. (NYSE: C) report on Friday before the open.

In this morning’s stock market recap video, I’ll discuss the biggest reports of the week and why they’re so important… which sectors are showing extreme vulnerability right now… if tech is going to stay firm or start trading lower… which sectors are set to thrive in the current landscape… if the bond market is set to trade higher or lower… why last Friday’s employment data is so important to this week’s trading action… plus how to gauge financial results from big banks right now!

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To kick off the week, each Monday video will outline my weekly outlook and any actionable announcements, news or catalysts I’m watching. I’ll also outline exactly which opportunities I expect to unfold in the coming five trading days, so check out this short video for more information!

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