Tuesday looks very quiet on the UK corporate diary front, but there is some key macroeconomic data due and there are likely to still be some unscheduled corporate announcements.
In the US, there will be quarterly results from Walt Disney Co (NYSE:DIS), Activision Blizzard (NASDAQ:ATVI) and Electronic Arts Inc (NASDAQ:EA), while in Europe there are numbers from Fiat Chrysler, Vestas Wind Systems, Siemens Healthineers and Infineon.
From a domestic perspective, there will be purchasing managers index survey reports on the services and construction sectors published in the morning
UK and US services sector purchasing managers index surveys both are likely to come in around all-time lows, with the important services PMI haven already given a flash reading of 12.3.
This will raise further questions about the economic cost of the lockdowns amid reports Boris Johnsons government is close to releasing plan for the staged lifting of the measures for coming weeks and months, while the debate Stateside is being fiercely argued for and against continuing the lockdown.
Amid the rock-bottom oil price, Capital Economics flagged that discussions about cuts to oil output will be on the cards as the Texas Railroad Commission meets on Tuesday, which will be important as Texas accounts for two-fifths of US oil production.
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