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This Week: Preview -- Barron's

16 Sep 2017 10:00 am
Edited by Robin Goldwyn Blumenthal 

Monday 18

IPO lockup restrictions expire on Therapix Biosciences.

Markets are closed in Japan for Respect for the Aged Day. Markets are also closed in Chile for independence celebrations.

Bank of England Governor Mark Carney lectures at the International Monetary Fund in Washington, then holds a discussion with IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde.

South Korean President Moon Jae-in is in New York for the United Nations General Assembly meeting.

Unisys provides a strategic overview of U.S. federal business for the investment community.

Hi-Crush Partners hosts an analyst and investor day.

Tuesday 19

An FDA advisory committee looks at a Pfizer-represented drug from C.P. Pharmaceuticals to treat kidney cancer.

Adobe Systems, AutoZone, Bed Bath & Beyond, economic bellwether FedEx, and Steelcase hold earnings conference calls.

Best Buy, National Health Investors, Carbonite, and Workiva host analysts and investors.

Best, an Alibaba-backed integrated logistics and supply chain outfit in China, is set to price 62.1 million shares at an average of $14 each.

Lockup restrictions expire on Valeritas Holdings.

Wednesday 20

The Fed ends its meeting, also delivering its decision on interest rates and (probably) on winding down its hefty balance sheet. Chair Janet Yellen holds a news conference, and the members give their economic projections. RBC Capital Markets expects the bank to announce the start of its balance-sheet runoff. No rate increase is seen.

General Mills hosts a conference call on earnings.

Lockup restrictions expire on Alteryx and Silver Run Acquisition.

Pilgrim's Pride hosts analysts.

Oasis Midstream Partners prices 7.5 million shares at an average of $20 apiece.

Markets are closed in Israel for the eve of Rosh Hashana.

Thursday 21

ECB President Mario Draghi speaks at a conference on financial stability.

Herman Miller hosts an earnings conference call.

Friday 22

San Francisco Fed President John Williams meets with reporters on the sidelines of the Swiss National Bank Research Conference in Zurich.

Kansas City Fed President Esther George gives the keynote speech at the bank's joint conference with the Dallas Fed on "Global Oil Supply & Demand: Prospects for Greater Balance." Also on hand: Dallas Fed President Rob Kaplan, who participates in a moderated Q&A.

OPEC and non-OPEC producers meet in Vienna. On the table: extending supply cuts beyond the first quarter of 2018.

The Atari Flashback 8 Gold and the Sega Genesis Flashback will be available for sale.

Sunday 24

Germans go to the polls to elect the Bundestag.

Treasury Auctions: Page M36

Week's Highlight

Wednesday 20: The Fed is expected to announce the start of its balance-sheet runoff, and to hold rates steady. Chair Janet Yellen gives a news conference.

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