over 2 years ago • 1 min
It’s looking like another week where economic reports will probably give more direction to markets than company earnings. Friday’s US employment data will be particularly closely watched by investors for signs of how the world’s biggest economy is recovering from the pandemic. Here are some of the other events on our radar:
Tuesday US and UK release house price data. Earnings from Carnival.
Wednesday Eurozone releases inflation data. Japan publishes industrial production data. Earnings from Constellation Brands and General Mills.
Thursday OPEC+ members discuss whether to increase their oil output, with a barrel of crude trading for the highest price since 2018. IHS Markit releases manufacturing Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) data for many different economies. Caixin publishes its Chinese manufacturing PMI. Earnings from H&M and Walgreens Boots Alliance.
Friday US employment data released.
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