Weekly Reports | Sep 10 2021
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By Greg Peel
The good news is the number of daily ex-dividends on the local market begins to diminish from next week, lessening each day’s opening handicap for the ASX200.
Focus then turns to a rather busy week of global economic data.
With data to date having indicated a clear slowing of the Chinese economy, Wednesday brings August numbers for industrial production, retail sales and fixed asset investment.
Critically, the US will report its August CPI next week, along with data for industrial production, retail sales, consumer sentiment and the Empire State and Philly Fed indices.
New Zealand reports June quarter GDP.
In Australia, we’ll see some rather old house price numbers (June quarter), along with more up to date surveys of business and consumer confidence from NAB and Westpac.
On Thursday we’ll see the lockdown-hit August jobs numbers.
Thursday also sees the expiry of all September quarter ASX derivatives, which can potentially lead to a volatile session.
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