What to Watch in the Day Ahead - Wednesday, November 30

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 What to Watch in the Day Ahead - Wednesday, November 30
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(The Day Ahead is an email and PDF publication that includes the day's major stories and events, analyses and other features. To receive The Day Ahead, Eikon users can register at . Thomson One users can register at RT/DAY/US. All times in ET/GMT) The Labor Department, in its monthly Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey, or JOLTS report, is scheduled to say that job openings in October came in at 10.4 million, compared with 10.71 million in September. The Commerce Department's advance third-quarter gross domestic product report is set to show the economy grew at a 2.7% annualized rate after rising 2.6% in the previous estimate. The ADP National Employment report is set to show that private employment increased by 200,000 jobs in November, compared with 239,000 jobs added in the previous month. The National Association of Realtors is set to report a 5% month-on-month drop in the pending home sales index in October. The Commerce Department will also release advance goods trade balance data for October. Preliminary personal consumption expenditures price data for the third quarter is also due for release. U.S. Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell is set to speak on the economic outlook, inflation and the labor market before a Brookings Institution event. (1330/1830) Separately, Federal Reserve Board Governor Michelle Bowman is scheduled to participate in "The Future of Small Banks" discussion at "The Future of Minority Depository Institutions: MDI ConnectTech" event. (0850/1350) Also, Federal Reserve Board Governor Lisa Cook is set to speak on "The Outlook for Monetary Policy and Observations on the Evolving Economy" at an event of the Detroit Economic Club. (1235/1735) Chevron Corp CEO Michael Wirth is set to discuss state of energy markets and transition to cleaner fuels in remarks in Boston, days ahead of OPEC's decision on its future oil production and as U.S. weighs its request for a license to expand its operations in Venezuela. Barclays Europe CEO Francesco Ceccato, Bank of America EU CEO Fernando Vicario, Wells Fargo Bank International CEO Fiona Gallagher and Citibank Europe interim CEO Silvia Carpitella are scheduled to speak at a conference in Dublin. A series of REUTERS NEXT events are scheduled. Nasdaq President Adena Friedman will speak on the bourse's restructure and recent crypto ructions. BHP Group CEO Mike Henry will speak on the transformation of the energy industry. An interview with Lynn Martin, president, New York Stock Exchange Group, is also scheduled on navigating the world's biggest stock exchange through choppy waters. Morgan Stanley CEO James Gorman will speak on inflation, the markets and new technologies shaping finance. An interview is scheduled with Nicola Mendelsohn, vice president, global business, Meta Platforms Inc, on unlocking the potential of immersive learning through the metaverse. A panel discussion is also scheduled on the post-pandemic healthcare industry. Dr Anton Decker, president, Mayo Clinic International, and Paul Burton, chief medical officer, Moderna Inc, will take part in the discussion. Canada's biggest oil producer, Canadian Natural Resources Ltd, is scheduled to meet with investors and will likely discuss spending plans for 2023. Mexico's central bank will publish its quarterly report, which will give updated inflation and economic growth forecasts. Separately, the Mexican finance ministry is scheduled to release fiscal balance data for October. Data from the Brazilian central bank is set to show unemployment rate fell to 8.5% in October from 8.7% in September. The public sector primary budget surplus for October likely came at 26.1 billion Brazilian reais, up from the 10.7-billion-reais surplus posted in September. Nominal budget balance likely came at -20.25 billion reais in October, down from -60.618 billion reais in the previous month. Data from the central bank will also show that Brazil's net debt fell to 58.1% in October from 58.3% in September. Meanwhile, Chile's manufacturing output for October is also scheduled for release. LIVECHAT - REUTERS GLOBAL MARKETS FORUM Reuters markets correspondents in London and New York examine what's driving equities on both sides of the Atlantic. (1000/1500) To join the discussion, click here (Compiled by Ananya Roy in Bengaluru; Edited by Shilpi Majumdar)


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