Markets Week Ahead: Nasdaq 100, S&P 500, US Dollar, Volatility, ECB, BoC
Markets Week Ahead: Nasdaq 100, S&P 500, US Dollar, Volatility, ECB, BoC, Euro, Oil, Forex, Gold, EUR, Gold Reserves, ETFs, Bonds and Commodities. This is a review of the events and happenings that make up this week’s Markets Week Ahead. We’ll cover events in the United States as well as in Europe and Asia.
On Friday, we’ll talk about the opening of trading for NASDAQ on Friday. You’ll find out what kind of changes we can expect at Nasdaq before the stock market opens in New York.
Then on Saturday, we’ll cover news reports regarding the European Union’s debt crisis, as well as news about Greece and the possibility of defaulting on its debt. We’ll talk about European elections and who’s going to win in the upcoming elections.
Next, on Sunday, we’ll discuss news about the Greek government’s decision to pull out of the European Central Bank’s stimulus plan. We’ll discuss the implications for the U.S. economy in terms of the impact on our trade deficit and job losses. We’ll also look at what impact it could have on the Eurozone.
The day after that, we’ll talk about the European Union’s decision to start negotiating with creditors over Greece’s financial obligations. We’ll discuss whether or not this is a good idea or not. It could affect the ability of European banks to provide credit in the U.S. and Europe.
For Monday, we’ll look at how the European crisis is affecting U.S. trade deficit figures. We’ll discuss possible short term implications. We’ll also look at how this affects the U.S. dollar and the strength of the euro.
On Tuesday, we’ll look at the European Union’s decision to pull the plug on its stimulus plan. We’ll talk about the impact on U.S. trade deficits. We’ll also look at the potential short-term impact of this on the U.S. dollar.
For Wednesday and Thursday, we’ll discuss the European Union’s decision to start negotiating with creditors over Greece’s financial obligations. . We’ll discuss the potential short-term impact on the U.S.S. dollar.