Game Stop, Toll Brothers, Costco, CVS, and more to watch this week

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GameStop

title of the list of next week’s earnings reports. The video game retailer reports its results after the market closes on Wednesday.


Automatic zone
,


Casey’s General Stores
,

and


Toll brothers

declare earnings on Tuesday, followed by


Brown-Forman

and


Campbell Soup

Wednesday.


Broadcom
,


Wholesale Costco
,

and


Hormel Foods

round things up Thursday.

Monday,


Pacific Union

will hold a conference call to discuss its climate action plan.


McKesson

and


Southwest Airlines

organize their investor days 2021 on Wednesday, followed by


CVS Health

and


Tyson Foods

Thursday.

The Federal Reserve’s report on consumer credit data for October will be released on Tuesday. On Thursday, the US Department of Labor reported the first jobless claims for the week ending December 4.

The Bureau of Labor Statistics released the Consumer Price Index for November on Friday. The consensus estimate is for a 6.7% year-over-year jump, half a percentage point higher than in October. Core CPI, which excludes volatile food and energy prices, is expected to rise 4.8% from 4.6% previously.

Monday 6/6

Union Pacific is holding a conference call to discuss its climate action plan.

Tuesday 12/7

AutoZone, Casey’s General Stores and Toll Brothers report quarterly results.

The Federal Reserve consumer credit data reports for October. After declining slightly last year, the total stock of consumer debt rose on average by $ 20 billion per month through September and stands at a record high of $ 4.37 trillion.

Wednesday 08/12 /

BLS outings the Job Openings and Workforce Turnover Survey. Economists are forecasting 10.5 million job vacancies on the last working day of October, just 600,000 less than the record 11.1 million in July.

Brown-Forman, Campbell Soup, and GameStop report profits.

McKesson and Southwest Airlines are hosting their 2021 Investor Days.


Edwards Life Sciences

hosts investor conference in Irvine, Calif. The company will discuss its product portfolio as well as its financial outlook for 2022.

The Bank of Canada announces its monetary policy decision. The central bank is expected to keep its short-term key rate unchanged at 0.25%. At its meeting in late October, the bank ended its quantitative easing program and signaled that its first interest rate hike would take place earlier in 2022 than expected.

Thursday 12/9

Broadcom, Costco Wholesale and Hormel Foods host conference calls to discuss quarterly results.

CVS Health and Tyson Foods host their annual Investor Days.

The Ministry of Labor reports the first jobless claims for the week ending December 4. Unemployment claims were on average 238,750 in November, the lowest since the start of the pandemic, and only 24,750 more than in February 2020.

Friday 12/10


Archer-Daniels-Midland

holds its World Investor Day.


Centene

is hosting an investor meeting and will provide financial guidance for 2022.

The labor office Statistics release the consumer price index for November. The consensus estimate is for a 6.7% year-over-year jump, half a percentage point higher than in October. Core CPI, which excludes volatile food and energy prices, is expected to rise 4.8% from 4.6% previously. October’s 6.2% increase was the CPI’s highest in more than 30 years, and last week Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell finally ditched the term “transient” when ‘he discussed inflation before the Senate Banking Committee.

The University of Michigan releases its consumer sentiment index for December. Economists are forecasting a reading of 66, slightly lower than the November data.

Write to Connor Smith at [email protected]


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