Investors are preparing for an even busier week as market volatility continues due to rising inflation and the ongoing conflict between Russia and Ukraine.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 230 points (0.7%) on Friday, while the S & P 500 fell 1.3% and the Nasdaq Composite Index fell 2.9%. The Dow fell for the fifth straight week, with all three major averages retreating for a week.
|I: DJI||Dow Jones Industrial Average||32944.19||-229.88||-0.69%|
|SP500||S & P 500||4204.31||-55.21||-1.30%|
|I: COMP||Nasdaq Composite Index||12843.808072||-286.15||-2.18%|
FOX Business looks for upcoming events that may move Financial market In the next few days.
Monday, March 14
Weekly or revenue kickoffs will be Vail Resorts after the bell.
Other notable events on Monday include Senator Elizabeth Warren’s questions about Big Tech companies and the deadline for responding to the European Union’s Digital Markets Act and Digital Services Act. Monday is also the deadline for public comments on the Federal Trade Commission’s investigation. For supply chain turmoil.
Tuesday, March 15
Revenues on Tuesday will rise in HDTV Systems and Shift Technologies after Dolls and Bells before the market opens. For economic data, investors monitor the final demand for the February Producer Price Index and the March Empire State Manufacturing Index.
|HAIVF||HAIVISION SYSTEMS INC||Five||+0.00||+ 0.00%|
The Federal Reserve Board’s monthly Public Market Commission will also spotlight on Tuesday. The Senate will also hold a series of hearings, including hearings to consider “pandemic prevention laws” and removing barriers to legal migration to strengthen communities and the economy. The first is about promoting public transportation under the Bipartisan Infrastructure Act.
In addition, Secretary Lymond gave a presentation at Brown University entitled “Growth, Innovation, Fairness: Ensuring America’s Global Competitiveness in the 21st Century” on how the United States will continue to compete globally by creating an economy. Share your ideas. The presentation was followed by a moderated discussion focusing on topics such as the fairness of US economic growth, the impact of COVID-19 on US and global commerce, and the experience of President Biden as a cabinet member of Lymond. Continue.
|WMT||Walmart Co., Ltd.||142.07||-0.56||-0.39%|
|DAL||Delta Air Lines Co., Ltd.||32.07||-0.48||-1.47%|
Other notable events on Tuesday include European Union anti-trust regulators buying MGM Studios for $ 8.45 billion from Amazon, Google’s game developer summit, Wal-Mart and British retailer Space NK’s Beauty Space collaboration. Includes the start of the event and the deadline for Delta Air Lines to decide to resume the 3-course meal service. International business class.
Wednesday, March 16
Wednesday’s Docket revenues include Jabil Circuit before the market opens, Land’s End, Shoe Carnival, Endeavor Group and Renner after Bell.
|JBL||Jabil Co., Ltd.||55.65||+0.14||+ 0.25%|
|Len||Renner Co., Ltd.||86.57||-1.52||-1.73%|
Wednesday is economic data with federal decisions on interest rates, the National Association of Homebuilders’ Housing Market Index, retail sales, business inventory, import and export prices, weekly mortgage applications, and the Energy Information Agency’s weekly crude oil inventory. Will be the busiest day for you.
At Capitol Hill, the House of Representatives will hold a hearing on a stock trading reform review for Congress and an empirical review of the payroll program.
Thursday, March 17
The end of the week for revenue is Accenture, designer brands, Dollar General, Signet Jewelers, Warby Parker, and FedEx and GameStop after Bell before the market opens.
|ACN||Accenture PLC||311.55||+1.99||+ 0.64%|
|DBI||DESIGNER BRAND SINC.||12.40||-0.31||-2.44%|
|DG||Dollar General Co., Ltd.||205.62||-0.35||-0.17%|
|SIG||SIGNET JEWELERS LTD.||65.73||-2.27||-3.34%|
Investors also incorporate economic data including building permits, housing starts, industrial production, Philadelphia Federal Government manufacturing surveys, and the latest initial and ongoing unemployment claims.
Friday, March 18
The end of the week of economic data is an indicator of existing home sales and key economic indicators. Richmond Fed President Thomas Barkin will also speak directly before the first Friday Economic Outlook Forum of the Maryland Banking Association and Chicago Fed President Charles Evans. An event titled “Fed Listens: Helping Youth Thrive — Discussion with Leaders”.