Key Events on Jan 18: UK CPI, IndusInd Bank, Persistent Q3 & More
By Malvika Gurung
Investing.com -- The domestic indices made a flat opening on Wednesday amid mixed global cues, later building on gains in the morning session. At 10:05 am, benchmarks Nifty 50 rose 0.34% at 18,114.9 levels and Sensex climbed 0.38% or 230.6 points.
The Jan 16-started week will witness 190 companies releasing their financial earnings results for the December ending quarter.
Companies set to release their Q3 earnings results on Wednesday, Jan 18 include:
- IndusInd Bank (NS: INBK ),
- Central Bank of India (NS: CBI ),
- Persistent Systems (NS: PERS ),
- Alok Industries (NS: ALOK ),
- Rallis India (NS: RALL ),
- PSP Projects (NS: PSPP ),
- CCL Products (India),
- Shemaroo Entertainment (NS: SHEM ),
- Oracle Financial Services Software (NS: ORCL ), and
- Surya Roshni (NS: SURR )
Some key global economic data set to release on Wednesday include:
- UK CPI (YoY) for December: Investing.com forecasts the annual retail inflation to cool to 10.5% from 10.7% in Nov 2022.
- Bank of Japan Press Conference
- US Retail Sales for December
- US Producer Price Index (PPI) for December
- UK Producer Price Index (PPI) Output for November
- US Industrial Production for Dec
- FOMC Member Bullard’s Speech
- Japanese Trade Balance (Dec)
- API Weekly Crude Oil Stock
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