Week Ahead | Aussie Banks Under Pressure ​Global markets were ​higher overnight (S&P 500 +1.4%), adding to gains made on Friday. The ​US House of Representatives overwhelmingly approved a $US484 billion coronavirus relief bill, funding small businesses and hospitals and pushing the total spending response to the crisis to an unprecedented near $US3 trillion. ​More US states prepared to ease stay-at-home orders and several major economies edged toward reopening.  ​For the week ahead, investors gear up for one of the busiest weeks of quarterly earnings reports, including from tech titans Apple and Microsoft. Many companies in recent weeks have pulled their profit forecasts entirely for 2020, and Wall Street analysts are slashing their own estimates. The US Federal Reserve also makes an announcement on Thursday morning (AU/NZ time) .  Despite ​markets experiencing a spectacular rally since late March (US market +30% off its low) we are still braced for heightened levels of volatility, a​s...