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This Week: Preview -- Barron's

25 Feb 2017 11:00 am
Edited by Robin Goldwyn Blumenthal 

Monday 27

Sotheby's, Armstrong World Industries, and Frontier Communications report quarterly results.

Dallas Fed President Rob Kaplan participates in a Q&A.

Markets are closed in Argentina, Brazil, and Greece, among others.

Tuesday 28

The second reading on fourth-quarter GDP is released.

The House Budget Committee to consider budget plans.

President Donald Trump addresses Congress in a televised speech. He is expected to give a broad outline of his fiscal-policy plans, and to highlight tax reform, border security, health care, and infrastructure.

Target, salesforce.com, Steve Madden, Liberty Media Group, and Tenet Healthcare post quarterly results.

JPMorganChase, Diebold Nixdorf, EnerSys, West, Ligand Pharmaceuticals, Huron Consulting Group, and Equifax meet with analysts and investors.

San Francisco Fed's John Williams discusses the economic outlook.

St. Louis Fed President James Bullard gives a presentation on the U.S. economy and monetary policy.

Global Net Lease splits its shares, 1-for-3, after the close.

Wednesday 1

The ISM manufacturing index for February is reported, as are personal income and spending for January.

February auto sales are announced.

Best Buy, Ambac Financial, Dollar Tree, and Shake Shack post results.

McDonald's, Honeywell, Hershey, Exxon Mobil, and TherapeuticsMD meet with investors and analysts.

The Fed releases its beige book of regional economic conditions.

Markets are closed in South Korea.

Snapchat parent Snap sells 200 million shares at an average price of $15 each.

RGC Resources splits, 3-for-2.

A House committee holds hearings on improving healthcare coverage.

Thursday 2

Challenger, Gray & Christmas releases its February job-cut announcements.

Cleveland Fed President Loretta Mester participates in a moderated conversation on leadership.

Kroger and Costco Wholesale report quarterly results.

Brinks, Crane, Genpact, and Watersmeet with investors.

Friday 3

The ISM non-manufacturing index for February is reported.

Fed Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer speaks to the U.S. Monetary Policy Forum hosted by the University of Chicago's Booth School of Business.

Chicago Fed President Charles Evans and Richmond Fed President Jeffrey Lacker participate in a discussion on inflation expectations at the University of Chicago forum.

The voting deadline for Peabody Energy's reorganization plan.

Dates to Watch For: Page M31

Treasury Auctions: Page M36

Week's Highlight

Tuesday 28: President Trump outlines his fiscal-policy plans, among others, in a televised address to a joint session of Congress.
 

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