This Week in Commerce: Earnings from P&G, J&J, Netflix, Snap

Here's a look at the calendar for April 17-21.

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Welcome to a new week. Earnings season will be back in full swing, as consumer goods and tech giants are set to provide a look at their first quarter results, and the state of the economy. Keep an eye on whether Procter & Gamble is turning around volume declines, and how Snap Inc. is seeing the advertising market taking shape in 2023.


Women in Retail Leadership Summit: Executives from L’Oreal, Signet Jewelers and Poppi will headline this conference in Phoenix, Arizona, that brings together women leaders from brands and retailers. (April 17-19)


Monday, April 17: Omnicom Group

Tuesday, April 18: Johnson & Johnson, Netflix, Sleep Number, Prologis, Bank of America

Wednesday, April 19: Snap Inc., Tractor Supply, Morgan Stanley

Friday, April 21: Procter & Gamble

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