Global market sentiment ended on a fairly mixed note this past week. Taking a look at Wall Street, the tech-heavy Nasdaq 100 climbed about 2.3%, outperforming the cyclically-sensitive Dow Jones, which sank roughly 1.3%.
The S&P 500 was caught in the middle, rising 0.42%. In Europe, the FTSE 100 declined 1.69% as the DAX 40 gained 0.41%. In the Asia-Pacific region, Japan’s Nikkei 225 gained 0.46% as Australia’s ASX 200 fell 0.62%.
Monday, November 22:
- Zoom Video Communications (ZM), Agilent (A), Keysight (KEYS), and Zhihu (ZH) report earnings.
- U.S. Existing Home Sales (October)
- EA Consumer Confidence Flash Index (November)
Tuesday, November 23:
- Analog Devices (ADI), Medtronic (MDT), Autodesk (ADSK), Dell Technologies (DELL), XPeng (XPEV), HP (HPQ), Best Buy (BBY), Dollar Tree (DLTR), J.M. Smucker (SJM), Dick’s Sporting Goods (DKS), and Gap (GPS) report earnings.
- U.S. Markit Manufacturing and Services Flash PMI (November)
- EA Markit Manufacturing and Services PMI (November)
Wednesday, November 24:
- Deere & Company (DE) and Futu Holdings (FUTU) report earnings.
- U.S. Durable Goods Orders (October)
- U.S. Wholesale Inventories, Advance (October)
- U.S. GDP Growth, Second Estimate (Q3)
- U.S. New Home Sales (October)
- U.S. Personal spending and income (October)
- U.S. PCE Price Index (October)
- Michigan Consumer Sentiment Index, Final (November)
- FOMC Meeting Minutes
Thursday, November 25:
- U.S. Markets closed for the Thanksgiving holiday.
Friday, November 26:
- U.S. Markets close early.
- Black Friday in the U.S.
- Kanzhun (BZ) reports earnings.
- EA Loans to Companies and Households (October)
The United States is heading for the Thanksgiving holiday, where stock and bond markets will be closed on the 25th. This will create illiquid trading conditions, opening the door to volatility given sudden news or economic data releases.
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