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For the day ahead I’m looking out for earnings from PepsiCo, Corona beer-owner Constellation brands and H&M – as well as European and US manufacturing PMIs.
For the day ahead, I’ll be watching out for the Palantir IPO, Micron Technologies earnings and the first presidential debate between Donald Trump and Joe Biden.
There is pretty much zilch on the economic or earnings front- which typically means we get bumped around in markets by sentiment – and possibly politics.
For the day ahead, I’ll be watching out for how markets prepare for President Donald Trump announcing his supreme court nominee on Saturday- as well as US durable goods data.
For the day ahead I’m concentrating on the interest rate decision from the Swiss National Bank and a breakout in the US dollar.
It's the first set of September PMIs from across the Eurozone, UK and the US as well as the RBNZ rate decision and another testimony from Fed Chair Powell.
For the day ahead, I’ll be watching investor reaction to yesterday’s big risk-off day across markets, Tesla’s so-called ‘Battery day’ and the testimony from Fed Chair Jay Powell.
For the day ahead there is the reaction to President Donald Trump approving the TikTok Oracle deal, a speech from Jay Powell and earnings from Superdry.
For this day ahead I'm watching the dollar-yen exchange rate which dropped below the 105 level – there is also UK and Canadian retail sales reported today.
It’s central bank double trouble – the Bank of Japan and Bank of England decide interest rates also UK catalogue retailer Next reports interim earnings.
For this day ahead I’ll be focused on potentially the biggest software IPO ever – Snowflake as well as the Federal Reserve rate decision and UK CPI data.
In this day ahead: Apple’s product launch (likely not involving the new iPhone), China economic data and whether Trump agrees to the Oracle TikTok deal.