This Week in Commerce: Earnings from PepsiCo, Mattel, Coty

Check out the calendar for Feb. 6-10.

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Welcome to a new week. This week is quieter on the events and economic indicators front. But earnings season remains in full gear. We’ll gain insight from CPGs like PepsiCo and Edgewell Personal Care, apparel leaders like VF Corp. and Under Armour as well as platforms like PayPal and Pinterest. Here’s a look at the calendar:

Economic indicators

Consumer credit: The Federal Reserve reports data on outstanding mortgages, loans and credit balances for December 2022. (Feb. 7, 3 p.m.)

Consumer sentiment: The University of Michigan releases preliminary data for February on consumer buying conditions and expectations for larger purchases, inflation and the economy as a whole. (Feb. 10, 10 a.m.)


Monday, Feb. 6: Pinterest, Tyson Foods

Tuesday, Feb. 7: VF Corp., Omnicom

Wednesday, Feb. 8: Blue Apron, Under Armour, Edgewell Personal Care, Disney, Coty, Uber, Mattel

Thursday, Feb. 9: PepsiCo, PayPal, Tapestry Inc., Ralph Lauren, Kellogg, Flowers Foods

Friday, Feb. 10: Newell Brands

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