A look at the week ahead from beyondbrics: IEA publishes its monthly oil report; Bretton Woods 30th annual meeting. Plus earnings from Lonmin and Easyjet. And eyes will be on Russian and Mexican GDP, as well as lots of other economic data. Continue reading »
A look at the week ahead from beyondbrics. Putin marks first anniversary as Russian president for third term; AGMs for BAE Systems, Standard Chartered Bank, Tullow Oil, and ENRC’s first quarter interim management statement and production report. Hungary’s budget, China’s CPI, PPI. Continue reading »
A look at the week ahead from beyondbrics: Shanghai’s car show opens; WEF in Peru; the trial resumes for Russian anti-corruption blogger Aleksi Navalny. Plus: results for Apple, Baidu, Caterpillar, Gazprom; and Brazil trade data.
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A look at the week ahead from beyondbrics: China first quarter GDP results, Brazil’s trade balance, Turkey’s monetary policy meeting, Russian unemployment figures; The China-Africa Business Summit takes in Johannesburg; earnings for Citibank, Coca Cola, Rio Tinto, African Barrick Gold, and SABMiller.
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A look at the week ahead from beyondbrics: Kenyatta will be sworn in as Kenyan president; the IMF publishes part of its World Economic Outlook; there’s inflation data from Argentina, should you choose to trust it; India’s annual trade data; Venezuela voting on a Chavez replacement; plus, on Friday a chance to celebrate International Day of Human Space Flight. Continue reading »
A look at the week ahead from beyondbrics, featuring: central bank meetings in South Africa and India; Nigeria inflation data; results from Cairn Energy, ENRC, Nike, Bumi, and H&M; Eurostat’s international trade data; Ukraine’s Yulia Tymoshenko in court and a rescheduled posthumous trial of Russian tax lawyer Sergei Magnitsky. Continue reading »
A look at the week ahead from beyondbrics, featuring: Kenya’s elections on Monday, China starts its two-week annual plenary session; inflation data from, S Korea, Turkey, Taiwan, the Philippines, S Africa, Colombia, Mexico and Chile; plus full-year results from HSBC and Standard Chartered. Continue reading »
A look at the week ahead from beyondbrics, featuring: GDP data from South Africa, India and Nigeria; results from Heinz, Noble Group and British American Tobacco; Kenya’s second presidential debate; and Cristina Fernández de Kirchner’s annual state of the nation speech in Argentina. Continue reading »
A look at the week ahead from beyondbrics, featuring: earnings from Teléfonos de México, Lafarge and Maersk; GDP data from Thailand, Taiwan and Malaysia; and David Cameron’s trip to India. Continue reading »
A busy week ahead, with a trading update from Rio Tinto and mining data from South Africa; a WTO visit to Russia; Dubai hosting the World Future Energy Summit; and the two year anniversary of the toppling of the former Tunisian premier, Zine El Abidine Ben Ali. How time flies. Continue reading »
Lots of PMI indicators to kick off 2013, as well as Brazil and South Africa trade data; plus the WTO chief shortlist is announced. See the full list after the break. Continue reading »
This week the National Congress of Communist Party of China begins in Beijing, Puerto Ricans vote in a general election, plus South Africa releases September manufacturing output and mining production. Continue reading »
This week the Communist Party of China meets ahead of the leadership congress, and India takes on the presidency of the UN Security Council.
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This week the Philippine government formally signs a peace deal with Muslim rebels, China’s Canton Fair, and the UN Security Council holds elections on non-permanent 2-year members. Plus, lots of economic data from China and central bank monetary policy meetings. Continue reading »
This week presidential elections take place in Venezuela, regional and senate elections in the Czech Republic and the World Bank and IMF hold annual meetings in Tokyo. Plus some inflation and trade figures. Continue reading »