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Worth repeating this calendar (above), as was mentioned in the APAC brief some big names going through this week and next.

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New season, big names for Monday pre-open with some very set up charts to match. 

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Winding down but still some interesting names this week;

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Releases after US market close today, Aurora and Tilray in there;

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Interesting to see cannabis stocks and earnings effect of price... 

people don’t seem to care about these things anymore. Speculative rather than any fundamentals. 

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Names to look out for this week, Apple the big one on Tuesday after close, look out for Shopify on Thursday before US open mentioned in the Something Interesting thread.

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Good luck trying to keep up with all that 🤣

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11 hours ago, dmedin said:

Good luck trying to keep up with all that 🤣

Could well provide a lot of volatility to the markets, half the Dow 30 are reporting this week. Big day tomorrow with Boeing, MS and Cat reporting.

Weightings chart;

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Big losses on Boeing the other day, dragging down DJIA with it.  But only temporarily :D

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love these infographics thanks. so much easier to see whats going on with 90 companies and pick out your interests.

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also from another thread

"Beyond meat IPO lock up period ends 29th Oct (tomorrow) should be of interest. 9,625,000 at offer price of 25 USD coming back online. "

could be a volatile session and next 24 hours...

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@Caseynotes A great find and thanks for sharing. I trade indices only but this info is still hugely important.

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Earnings calendar for this week, still a few big names to go through;

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