Coming back from the Thanksgiving holiday and Black Friday sales, U.S. markets will resume a full schedule this week, as market watchers will see the latest inflation print, while a handful of notable firms will report earnings.
This is a holiday-shortened trading week, with U.S. markets closed on Thursday for the Thanksgiving holiday. Markets will also close early the next day, which coincides with Black Friday in the U.S. Many of America's biggest retailers are launching Black Friday sales events next week, with deals, discounts, and promotions on thousands of products.
This week, investors can expect reports from big-box retailers including Walmart, Target, Home Depot, and Macy’s, along with Census Bureau data on national retail sales for October. We’ll also get the latest updates on consumer inflation and the housing market, with the October Consumer Price Index, last month’s housing starts, and the NAHB’s Housing Market Index for November. Another looming threat to the economy […]
We’ll get more earnings reports this week, including those from Uber Technologies (UBER), UBS (UBS), Occidental Petroleum (OXY), Rivian Automotive (RIVN), The Walt Disney Company (DIS), Honda Motor Company (HMC), and Warner Bros. Discovery (WBD), among others.
This week will be an eventful one, with earnings reports due from Apple, McDonald’s, Pfizer, AMD, Caterpillar, Stellantis, Qualcomm, PayPal, Airbnb, and Starbucks, among others. Central banks around the world, including the U.S. Federal Reserve, Bank of England (BoE), and Bank of Japan (BoJ) will also meet to discuss and set interest rates.
Markets are gearing up for an eventful week of corporate earnings. We’ll get reports from big tech companies including Microsoft, Meta Platforms, Amazon, and Google-parent Alphabet. Other prominent companies such as Visa, Mastercard, Verizon, Boeing, GE, Ford, General Motors, Spotify, Snap, IBM, Intel, ExxonMobil, and Chevron will also report earnings.
This week could be one of the busiest of the current earnings season. We’ll get reports from some of the biggest and most prominent companies in the world, including Tesla, Netflix, Johnson & Johnson, Bank of America, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, AT&T, and Lockheed Martin.
Earnings season will kick off this week with reports from big banks and financial institutions including JPMorgan Chase, Wells Fargo, Citigroup, BlackRock, and PNC Financial Services. PepsiCo, Delta Air Lines, Walgreens Boots Alliance, and UnitedHealth will also report earnings.
In de afgelopen week leek het erop dat de indexen in de min zouden sluiten. Tot en met donderdag zagen we grote uitslagen. Niet alleen voor de week, maar ook per dag. De indexen doken in de min om in de plus te sluiten en andersom. Hoop en vrees wisselden elkaar af.
We’ll get the latest reports on the jobs market next week, including the August Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey (JOLTS), ADP’s National Employment Report tracking private sector payrolls, and the nonfarm payrolls report for September. Constellation Brands and Levi Strauss will report earnings next week.
The latest updates on home prices in the U.S. will come out this week, along with new and pending home sales for August. Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell will hold a town hall-style event with educators on Thursday, and on Friday, we’ll get the Personal Consumption Expenditures (PCE) Price Index, the Fed’s preferred inflation gauge. Costco, Micron Technology, Accenture, […]
Monetary policy will be in the spotlight this week as Federal Reserve policymakers gather for the latest FOMC meeting on Tuesday, with an interest rate decision expected Wednesday. The Bank of England (BoE) will hold its own policy meeting on Thursday. We’ll also get the latest updates on the housing market, including building permits, housing starts, and existing home sales for August, and the NAHB’s Housing […]