US banks are going to outline their front-row perspective of what lies ahead.
It doesn't appear quite as optimistic as they have in previous months when praising the health of consumers and the economy.
Investors will be paying more attention to what's coming rather than the results from the previous quarter when JPMorgan Chase.
This is because the Federal Reserve is attempting to fight inflation without causing the economy to crash.
After months of increasing prices and central bank actions, investors and other market participants will pay close attention to how much lenders reserve for bad loans.
What they say about the financial safety nets of American consumers, or growth plans by business executives.