The big news tomorrow is macro-economic rather than corporate and comes in the form of US non-farm payroll data.
The world’s largest economy should have added 150,000 new jobs in October, compared with 156,000 a month earlier, according to Deutsche Bank.
“The labour market is expanding but at a slower pace, which is consistent with historical record,” said Deutsche US chief economist Joseph LaVorgna
“Consequently, an upward surprise should be treated as an outlier.”
Here in the UK after Super Thursday, during which the Bank of England issued both its take on interest rates and the inflation report, things are expected to be tad duller.
Broker Peel Hunt expects the company to return to growth after seeing earnings before interest and tax fall by 7% in the first-half.
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