Short exhibition week with many macro stats
Sunday, March 28, 2021 3:01 pm
(ABM FN-Dow Jones) Investors face two short trading weeks. On Good Friday, stock markets around the world are closed, and Europe also gets a day off on Easter Monday.
The company’s revenue season is now over. Next week on Tuesday H.A.L. Last week, Brussels was given the green light by the conditions for the acquisition of Grandvision by Ecce Lucottica. It is uncertain whether the acquisition will actually advance this. Since the corona epidemic, there has been a conflict over the acquisition price that will be fought in court.
On Wednesday, Process Books opens and Brunel hosts an Investor Day. Tencent, which owns the largest stock of the process, already recorded double-digit growth last week. Brunel has received fan mail from various analysts in recent weeks. They want to look at investor day to confirm their positive outlook on the company.
It also promises to be an internationally peaceful week. On Tuesday, there will be figures from Bioendech, which developed the corona vaccine in conjunction with Pfizer, and the results of the micron technology will continue on Wednesday.
The big economic agenda for the coming week will be better filled. The agenda is still empty on Monday, but there are different figures from Japan on Tuesday and consumer confidence figures from both the eurozone and the US.
Halfway through the week there is the Official Purchasing Manager Code from China, followed by the Market Company for Businesses in China, Europe and the United States on Thursday.
There are also various inflation figures, including the Eurozone on Wednesday, and various labor market figures in the United States. For example, weekly assistance applications are announced and the Pay Slip Processor ATP comes with its work report. Although Wall Street was closed at the time, the official report will continue Friday. But before the US government releases the figures on Friday, the OPEC meeting will also take place on Thursday, when Germany will release the retail.
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