Events Our Analysts Will Be Watching The Week Of November 1st

Events Our Analysts Will Be Watching The Week Of November 1st

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We’re past the half-way point of US earnings season now, with 279 members of the S&P 500 having already released third-quarter results – and 82% of them beating expectations. But there are plenty more earnings to come this week, and some big central bank meetings too. Here are the key events we’ll be monitoring:

Tuesday Reserve Bank of Australia interest rate decision. Earnings from Pfizer, T-Mobile US, Amgen, Estée Lauder, BP, Mondelez, Activision Blizzard, Maersk, Ferrari, and Corsair Gaming.

Wednesday Federal Reserve interest rate decision. Sneaker maker Allbirds, French battery tech firm Forsee Power, and Italian auto sales platform MotorK start trading following their initial public offerings (IPOs). Earnings from Novo Nordisk, Qualcomm, CVS Health, Booking Holdings, Equinix, BMW, Humana, Emerson Electric, Roku, Vestas, Electronic Arts, and Etsy

Thursday Bank of England interest rate decision. OPEC+ nations discuss oil production. NerdWallet and Evotec, a German drug discovery company, start trading following IPOs. Earnings from Toyota, Moderna, Square, Airbnb, Zoetis, Enel, Uber, MercadoLibre, Peloton, Cloudflare, and Nikola

Friday US jobs report. Earnings from Enbridge, Dominion Energy, DBS Group, Johnson Controls, Honda Motor, Mitsubishi, DraftKings, and Canopy Growth

Saturday Quarterly update from Berkshire Hathaway



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