over 1 year ago • 1 min
On the economic front this week, there's inflation and retail sales data from the UK on Wednesday and Friday. There's also the long-awaited decision from the European Central Bank on interest rates on Thursday, with more and more economists calling for larger rate hike than the 0.25% planned.
Earnings season is now in full swing with the rest of the big US banks reporting results on Monday. There's also earnings from Netflix on Tuesday, with analysts expecting more subscriber declines after the streaming giant lost customers for the first time in a decade the quarter before. Other notable reports come from Johnson & Johnson on Tuesday, Tesla and ASML on Wednesday and Snap on Thursday.
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