over 2 years ago • 1 min
It’s looking like another busy week for business and finance news. Investors will no doubt keep a close eye on developments around embattled property developer China Evergrande and any fallout from Germany’s close election result on Sunday. Here are some of the other key events we’ll be monitoring:
Tuesday US releases consumer confidence and house price data. German publishes consumer confidence data. The two-day European Central Bank (ECB) Forum on Central Banking kicks off, with speakers including ECB president Christine Lagarde, Federal Reserve chair Jerome Powell, and Bank of England governor Andrew Bailey. Earnings from Micron Technology.
Wednesday US published home sales data. Spectacle maker Warby Parker starts trading following its initial public offering (IPO). Earnings from Cintas and Next.
Thursday Chinese manufacturing Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) data released. Eurozone publishes unemployment numbers. Earnings from Paychex and H&M.
Friday Eurozone publishes inflation data. US releases personal income and manufacturing reports. Japan publishes Tankan manufacturing data. First Watch Restaurant Group starts trading after its IPO.
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