The week ahead: G7 Summit, ECB and US JOLTS Job openings

Read the key events to monitor for the week which starts on June 7, 2021.  

 

With earnings season behind us and a relatively quiet corporate activity calendar next week, investors will focus on the economy and signs that the Fed may begin to tighten its monetary policies. US JOLTS job openings are announced this upcoming Tuesday. The European Central Bank announces its interest rate decision on Thursday. The next G7 summit begins on Thursday to discuss global corporate taxes and COVID-19 vaccine distribution.

 

WEEK AHEAD CALENDAR
MONDAY

Earnings

Vail Resorts, Marvell Tech, Stitch Fix, Coupa Software

Macro

US: Consumer Credit 

EU: German Factory Orders

UK: Halifax House Price Index, British Retail Consortium Retail Sales

Asia: Chinese Trade Balance, Japanese Gross Domestic Product (GDP).

TUESDAY

Earnings

Thor Industries, Casey’s General Stores, Navistar

Macro

US: Trade Balance, Job Opening and Labor Turnover Survey (JOLTS) Job Openings, NFIB small business survey

EU: German Industrial Production, German ZEW Economic Sentiment Index, Eurozone GDP, Eurozone ZEW Economic Sentiment Index.

Asia: Chinese Consumer Price Index (CPI), Chinese Producer Price Index (PPI).

 

WEDNESDAY

Earnings

Campbell Soup, GameStop, Brown-Forman, United Natural Foods, RH, Bradley

Macro

US: Wholesale Trade 

EU: German Trade Balance

Monetary PolicyBank of Canada Interest Rate Decision

 

THURSDAY

Earnings

Chewy, Dave & Buster’s, Signet Jewelers, John Wiley

Macro

G7 Summit Begins and Continues Through Friday.

US: Core CPI, Jobless claims, Federal Budget 

Monetary PolicyEuropean Central Bank (ECB) Interest Rate Decision.


FRIDAY

Macro

US: Preliminary University of Michigan Consumer Sentiment and Expectations Index

U.K:  Manufacturing Production, Trade Balance .

EU: French CPI


Source: CNBC, Investopedia.  

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