over 2 years ago • 1 min
After a hectic period for business and finance news, this week is looking a little calmer. While we still have some big firms from Asia and Europe due to report results, US earnings season is basically over at this point – bar a few retailers bringing up the rear. Here are the top events we’ll be monitoring:
Monday Presidents of the US and China hold video call. Electric vehicle (EV) maker Lucid Motors reports after the close of trading.
Tuesday US reports retail sales data. Eurozone and UK publish unemployment numbers. Earnings from Walmart, Home Depot, Vodafone, Imperial Brands, Bouygues, Sea Ltd., and Swiss shoemaker On.
Wednesday Eurozone, UK, and Canada publish inflation data. US releases housing construction stats. Marketing tech startup Braze and German solar-power EV firm Sono start trading following their initial public offerings (IPOs). Earnings from Nvidia, Cisco, Lowe's, Target, TJX Cos., Baidu, and Experian.
Thursday Japan publishes inflation data. US salad chain Sweetgreen starts trading following its IPO. Results from Alibaba, Intuit, Applied Materials, JD.com, Workday, National Grid, and Farfetch.
Friday UK consumer confidence and retail sales data released. Earnings from Tokio Marine and Foot Locker.
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