The week ahead: 07/11/22
DAX components dominate the earnings this week with figures due from Bayer, Deutsche Post, Munich Re, Henkel, E.ON, Brenntag, Adidas, Deutsche Telekom, RWE, Allianz and Continental. Also reporting are Walt Disney, Occidental, Marks & Spencer, AstraZeneca and ArcelorMittal. Key data includes German and US CPI, eurozone retail sales and the revised UK GDP for the third quarter.
Monday 7 November
We start the week with Chinese trade balance data, the Halifax index of UK house prices, German industrial production and eurozone, French and German construction PMI. Late in the day we’ve also got the Australian Westpac consumer sentiment and Japanese household spending. Earnings are due from video game company Activision Blizzard, specialty chemicals producer IFF, pharma firm Viatris, energy utility NiSource, German tool manufacturer DMG Mori and online travel company Tripadvisor.
Tuesday 8 November
Entertainment giant Walt Disney reports to the market on Tuesday, along with oil company Occidental, DAX components Bayer, Deutsche Post, Munich Re and Henkel, logistics company Expeditors, food processor Associated British Foods, US chemical company Ashland, UK housebuilder Persimmon and German airport operator Fraport. Macroeconomic data includes the UK BRC retail sales monitor, eurozone retail sales (down 0.3% in August for a 2.0% year-on-year drop) and the Japanese current account.
Wednesday 9 November
DAX components E.ON, Brenntag and Adidas head the earnings on Wednesday, the latter having recently ended its lucrative partnership with Kanye West. Figures are also due from insurance group Manulife, comms and media company Rogers, pharma firm Jazz, German bank Commerzbank, US housebuilder DR Horton, construction firm Taylor Wimpey, US fast food chain Wimpey’s and UK retailer Marks & Spencer.
Thursday 10 November
Another busy earnings schedule on Thursday includes pharma firm AstraZeneca, German telecoms provider Deutsche Telekom, UK energy utility National Grid, electric vehicle maker Nio, steel producer ArcelorMittal, German energy firm RWE, fashion company Ralph Lauren, car-selling site AutoTrader, German financial services firm Allianz and car parts manufacturer Continental. The DAX component last month announced plans to invest €210 in its Mexican operations. As well as the UK RICS house price balance we’ll see the US CPI for October and the latest federal budget balance.
Friday 11 November
Friday’s a big day for data in UK, with the Q3 GDP and business investment figures, plus manufacturing and industrial production and the latest trade balance. Also keep an eye out for German CPI (provisional figures showing an annual inflation rate of 10.4%) and, in the US, the University of Michigan consumer sentiment. Expect earnings from German steel producer Salzgitter and insurance group Beazley.
Published: 7 November 2022
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