over 2 years ago • 1 min
This week we’ll experience the full gusher of US earnings season, with giants like Apple and Microsoft releasing their quarterly numbers. Here are some of the top events we’ll be keeping an eye on:
Monday Earnings from Facebook, after the close of US trading.
Tuesday US house price and consumer confidence data released. Earnings from Alphabet, Microsoft, Visa, Novartis, United Parcel Service, Twitter, and General Electric.
Wednesday US durable goods orders and German consumer confidence numbers published. UK government unveils budget. Bank of Canada interest rate decision. Fashion rental firm Rent The Runway starts trading following its initial public offering (IPO). Earnings from Thermo Fisher, Coca-Cola, McDonald's, Boeing, GlaxoSmithKline, General Motors, Ford, Spotify, Ebay, Twilio (and many others).
Thursday European Central Bank and Bank of Japan interest rate decisions. US economic growth and German inflation data released. Silicon-wafer supplier GlobalFoundries starts trading following its IPO. Earnings from Apple, Amazon, Samsung, MasterCard, Comcast, Shell, Shopify, Agricultural Bank of China, Ping An Insurance, Volkswagen, Sony, Starbucks (and many, many others).
Friday Data on US personal income, eurozone inflation, and Japanese consumer confidence published. Online education company Udemy starts trading following its IPO. Earnings from Berkshire Hathaway, ExxonMobil, Industrial & Commercial Bank of China, Chevron, AbbVie, and Daimler.
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