Events Our Analysts Will Be Watching The Week Of January 31st

Events Our Analysts Will Be Watching The Week Of January 31st
Andrew Rummer

about 2 years ago1 min

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It’s going to be a big week for earnings announcements, economic data, and central bank decisions. Here are the top events we’ll be watching:

Tuesday Eurozone unemployment numbers published. Manufacturing Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) data released for lots of economies, including the US and eurozone. Reserve Bank of Australia interest rate decision. Earnings from Alphabet, AMD, PayPal, Exxon Mobil, UPS, Starbucks, and many others. 

Wednesday Eurozone releases inflation data. Earnings from Meta, Spotify, Qualcomm, AbbVie, Novartis, Novo Nordisk, Sony, and others. 

Thursday Bank of England interest rate decision, with the UK central bank expected to increase its key rate to 0.5%. The European Central Bank announces its decision the same day, but is expected to keep rates on hold. PMI services data released for many economies, including the US. Earnings from Amazon, Shell, Ford, Snap, Pinterest, Nokia, BT Group, and many others. 

Friday US publishes unemployment numbers, one of the most closely watched data points of the month. Canada also releases jobs numbers. Earnings from ​​Bristol-Myers Squibb, Regeneron, and One 97 Communications

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