Events Our Analysts Will Be Watching The Week Of September 20th

Events Our Analysts Will Be Watching The Week Of September 20th

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It’s looking like a busy week for financial news, with interest rate decisions due from some of the world’s biggest central banks, elections in Canada and Germany, and a rush of initial public offerings (IPOs). Here are the key events we’ll be monitoring:

Monday Election in Canada.

Tuesday US releases housing construction data. Earnings from FedEx, Adobe, and Kingfisher

Wednesday Federal Reserve and Bank of Japan interest rate decisions. Eurozone releases consumer confidence data. Salesforce rival Freshworks and restaurant software company Toast start trading after their IPOs. Earnings from General Mills

Thursday Bank of England interest rate decision. Troubled Chinese real estate developer China Evergrande due to pay $84 million in interest on its dollar-denominated bonds, with some speculating it won’t pay up. Beauty industry firm Knowlton Development and fintech Remitly start trading following IPOs. Crypto mining firm Argo Blockchain lists in the US. Earnings from Nike, Accenture, and Costco.

Friday Fed chair Jerome Powell speaks on the COVID recovery. Germany releases Ifo business climate data. UK publishes consumer confidence numbers. Earnings from cruise operator Carnival

Sunday Election in Germany. 



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