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Noah Zivitz

Managing Editor, BNN Bloomberg


BNN Bloomberg sets up the week ahead with what investors need to know. 

Warren Buffett's annual letter will be released Saturday, Feb.23, and Jody Wilson-Raybould is expected to address the justice committee sometime next week. Date has not been confirmed.

Monday, February 25

-Notable earnings: Mosaic Co.

-CannTrust starts trading on NYSE

-Royal Dutch Shell releases 2019 LNG outlook

-Three federal by-elections, including Burnaby South

-BMO Capital Markets global metals & mining conference in Hollywood, Florida (runs to Feb 27)

-Mobile World Congress in Barcelona (runs to Feb 28)

Tuesday, February 26

-Notable earnings: BMO, Bank of Nova Scotia, Husky Energy, George Weston, Sleep Country Canada, Thomson Reuters, Home Depot, Macy's

-Notable data: U.S. housing starts and building permits, S&P/Case Shiller U.S. home price index

-U.S. Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell testifies before Senate Banking Committee (1000)

-Tim Hortons opens first store in China

-U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May expected to deliver Brexit update in Parliament

Wednesday, February 27

-Notable earnings: National Bank, Laurentian Bank, TransAlta, Torstar, Medmen Enterprises, High Liner Foods, Lowe's, Best Buy, TJX

-Notable data: Canadian CPI, U.S. factory orders

-U.S. Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell testifies before House Financial Services Committee (1000)

-Michael Cohen to testify before U.S. House Oversight Committee (1000)

-U.S. President Donald Trump, North Korea Leader Kim Jong Un begin two-day summit in Vietnam

Thursday, February 28

-Notable earnings: Toronto-Dominion Bank, CIBC, Altagas, Encana, Seven Generations, Vermilion Energy, Maple Leaf Foods, Stantec, Transcontinental, Ritchie Bros Auctioneers, Maxar Technologies, Nordstrom, Gap

-Notable data: Canadian current account balance, Canadian industrial product and raw materials price indices, U.S. GDP

-Air Canada holds investor day meeting in Toronto (0900)

-Justice Minister David Lametti delivers speech in Toronto (1200)

-Michael Cohen to address U.S. House Intelligence Committee (no cameras)

Friday, March 1

-Notable earnings: GMP Capital, Onex

-Notable data: Canadian GDP, U.S. personal income & spending, ISM U.S. manufacturing index

-U.S.-China tariff standstill agreement scheduled to expire