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LEVI - Levi Strauss & Co News Story

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Last Trade - 25/09/20

Consumer Cyclicals
Large Cap
Market Cap £4.02bn
Enterprise Value £4.24bn
Revenue £3.94bn
Position in Universe 1089th / 6417

What to Watch in the Day Ahead - Tuesday, April 7

Mon 6th April, 2020 7:44pm
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The Labor Department is expected to release job openings data for February in its monthly Job
Openings and Labor Turnover Survey, or JOLTS.(1000/1400) The U.S. Federal Reserve is scheduled
to release consumer credit data for February. It is likely to have risen to $14 billion in
February from $12.02 billion in the previous month. (1500/1900) 

Levi Strauss & Co is expected to release first-quarter earnings. Investors will watch for the
management's comments on the impact of store closures due to the coronavirus pandemic on the
denim jeans maker's financials and any disruptions in supply chain due to the lockdown in China
earlier this year.  
Canada's Ivey Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) data for March is scheduled to be released. The
seasonally adjusted index is expected to have dropped to 41 in March from 54.1 in February.
Bank of Nova Scotia is scheduled to hold its annual shareholder meeting in Toronto. 

Mexico's statistics agency is scheduled to report consumer prices data for March. Mexican
consumer prices had risen 0.42% in February. The CPI rose 3.70% in the year through February.
The core index rose 0.36% during the month. Mexico's producer prices index data for March is
also due on the same day. (0700/1100) Chile's trade balance data for March is due. The country
posted a trade balance of $821 million in February. (0830/12300) Brazil's retail sales data for
February is set to be released. The country's statistics agency IGBE reported retail sales fell
1.0% in January, but rose 1.3% from a year earlier. (0800/1200) Argentina's industrial output
data for February is scheduled for release.  (1500/1900) 

Charles Robertson, Global Chief Economist and Head of Macro Strategy at Renaissance Capital,
discusses frontier markets. (0700/1100) To join the conversation, click here https://www.refinitiv.com/en/products/refinitiv-messenger/editorial-communities-financial-forums

 (Compiled by Priyanka Das in Bengaluru; Editing by Anil D'Silva)
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