Market news | 13 November, 2019

Weekly keys: What is happening this week? 13.11.2019

Daniel Luengo Advisory Department

Weekly keys in the form of headlines to keep up to date with what is happening in the markets. Full article in customers private area.

The American stock market continues to reach record highs and the S&P 500 is on the point of breaking through the 3,100 points barrier.

What is happening this week?


The third-quarter GDP figures for the United Kingdom after the unexpected dip in the second quarter. We’re anticipating growth of around 0.4%. In Germany, the ZEW economic sentiment index will be released but is expected to remain in the same negative territory in which it has been immersed for the last six months. On Thursday, we’ll find out the third-quarter GDP in Germany. If the downturn of -0.1% is confirmed, the country will enter a technical recession.

The week will end with the eurozone inflation data, which is expected to be 0.7%.

United States

We’ll also see inflation data in the US, with the CPI on Wednesday and the PPI on Thursday. The week will end with the publication of the retails sales data, which are expected to reveal significant increases in October following the unexpected falls of September.


The growing political instability in Latin America will be the main focus of attention at the global level, with governments like those of Chile and Bolivia struggling to contain the protests.

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