week ahead

The week ahead in emerging markets: Ashton in Kiev; China’s NPC kicks off; Pistorius on trial; it’s Carnival! 

The week ahead in emerging markets: some big EM GDP numbers out, including India, Brazil and South Africa; HSBC results; and the Rio Carnival begins. 

A slightly belated week ahead in emerging markets:Thailand, Mexico and Taiwan announce GDP for Q4; China’s Flash PMI; the Indian Budget; talks resume on Iran’s nuclear future; and BHP Billiton and Coca-Cola earnings. 

The week ahead in emerging markets: Syrian peace talks, a Brics scientific conference, Islamic financiers meet in London and Janet Yellen testifies for the first time in charge of the Fed. Plus Taiwan and China sit down to talk, Korea and Peru decide on interest rates, and a slew of corporate results. 

The week ahead in emerging markets: PMI manufacturing indices for many major EMs; Thailand elections; ICC to look at Kenyatta case; results from BP and GsK; and the Winter Olympics begin in Sochi, Russia. 

This week sees Putin in Brussels, and Pena Nieto in Cuba. Taiwan, Russia and Philippines GDP is released. Plus, earnings from Google, Apple and Diageo. China celebrates New Year, and Morsi’s trial resumes in Egypt. 

It’s a week of high-level meetings, with Davos, the African Union and LatAm summits all taking place; FMCG-giants Unliver and P&G announce Q4 results; Plus China Q4 GDP and Turkey interest rates. 

The week ahead in emerging markets: Bangkok rally, China’s Q4 GDP, Egypt referendum on the new constitution and several country’s economic data. 

The week ahead in emerging markets: India’s rate decision, China Flash PMI, and Putin’s annual Q&A. 

The week ahead in emerging markets: Trans-Pacific Partnership trade talks continue. Chile holds the second round of its presidential elections. The trial of several Muslim Brotherhood officials starts. Plus the Bank of Korea and Bank Indonesia hold monetary policy meetings.  

A flurry of top level travel to start the week, including Cameron in China, Lararde in Asia, Santos in the White House and Putin in Armenia. The WTO hopes to agree a ‘Doha-lite’ deal at the first of several international conferences. One to watch on Tuesday is the OECD’s annual survey of student performance. Plus it’s PMI week – and time for the Fifa World Cup draw. 

The week ahead in emerging markets: Putin visits the Pope and the EU eastern partnership summit in Lithuania: Georgia and Moldova are expected to sign trade pacts with the EU. Tiffany and Sberbank release results. Plus yet more Q3 GDP figures, including S Africa, India, the Philippines, Taiwan and Slovenia.  

The week ahead in emerging markets: EU trade talks begin with China and the Philippines delivers its budget. Plus a number of Q3 GDP figures (Thailand, Chile, Venezuela, Russia, Mexico, Peru). Russia’s GDP figures are eagerly awaited. 

The week ahead in emerging markets: Chile holds its presidential election on Sunday. Plus Burberry, Foxconn, Tencent and Walmart report earnings; and a slew of Q3 GDP figures (Malaysia, Hungary, Czech, Poland). 

The week ahead in emerging markets: China’s president Xi Jinping is thought to set out a programme of reforms for China in the much anticipated third plenum of the 18th Central Committee. Plus: Morsi goes on trial, Korea’s Park visits the UK, and Indonesia releases its Q3 GDP.