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Analytics, 14 December 2020

What will drive the markets this week?

Stocks closed lower last week as markets digested unsteady progress towards another fiscal stimulus package in Washington and unsuccessful Brexit talks in Europe, despite progress in vaccine rollouts and some of the biggest IPOs of the year.

This week, investors will be looking at the upcoming government shutdown deadline (again), a slew of economic data, and the Fed’s interest rate announcements.

Elections will also be in focus as the Electoral College Meets to Vote on the 2020 U.S. Presidential Election on Monday.

In earnings, investors will be looking at Nike’s quarterly earnings on Thursday. Other upcoming earnings include Lennar, General Mills, Rite Aid, FedEx, and Darden Restaurants.

Read more on these and other insights on what will drive the stock market this week.

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