W Week Ahead

Week Ahead – w10 (2021)

08 March, 2021
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Summary Key Macro Events

Nearly 193 billion yuan ($30 billion) of local Chinese bonds are scheduled to be issued, the highest amount since Sept. 25, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. (from 8)

Data on the ECB’s debt purchases are due on Monday and will cover the week through March 5 (8)

U.K. begins to ease lockdown with schools reopening in England. Teachers and older students will undergo multiple Covid tests (8)

The New York Stock Exchange will delist CNOOC, one of China’s big three state-owned oil companies, on Tuesday – Nikkei (9)

Senate Democrats passed their $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief package on Saturday, sending it back to the House for expected approval on Tuesday (9)

Texas, the second most populous U.S. state, will allow all businesses to openat 100% capacity (10) 

Bank of Canada policy makers meeting Wednesday are likely to indicate they have no plans to withdraw stimulus from the economy any time soon, even as they prepare to adjust their quantitative easing program – Bloomberg (10)

CPI for February (10)

ECB holds its monetary policy meeting and updates its economic forecasts (11)

⚠ OPEC monthly Oil Market Report includes demand forecasts and production estimates (11)

Swiss government updates economics forecasts (11)

China’s National People’s Congress will vote on a resolution to overhaul Hong Kong’s election system and other resolutions before closing – Nikkei (12)






Focus on Economic Calendar


Top 10 Macro/Financial Charts of the Previous Week – w9


What happened in the World Economy last Week – in charts – w9 (Bloomberg)