In this week’s forecast — Israeli parliament reconvening, Russia’s annual military parade, Philippine elections, Sudan’s upcoming national dialogue and a look at anti-government protests in Armenia.
Factal’s weekly look so the news doesn’t surprise you. This Forecast prepares you for reductions in coronavirus restrictions in Italy and Hong Kong, changing economic environments in Greece and the United States, violence in West Darfur, another potential expansion of Russian influence in a former Soviet state and more.
In this week’s forecast we’ve got Greece raising its minimum wage, Italy easing coronavirus passport rules, a meeting of the U.S. Federal Reserve, Russian companies delisting from international exchanges and a look at Pakistan’s political crisis.
IMF and G20 meetings, Peruvian protests enter their third week, Russia is repositioning, and more in our weekly look at the news you should plan around.
In this week’s forecast we’ve got Shanghai’s coronavirus lockdown, a strike by Tunisian journalists, several elections, the Senate Judiciary Committee voting on a Supreme Court nomination. There’s also deeper looks at the recent attacks in Israel and Russia’s changing invasion plans.
In this week’s forecast we’ve got Shanghai’s coronavirus lockdown, a strike by Tunisian journalists, elections in Hungary, the Senate Judiciary Committee voting on a Supreme Court nomination and an interview about the recent attacks in Israel.
We’re looking ahead at the IMF-Argentina debt deal meeting; EU-China summit; elections in Pakistan, Malta, Zimbabwe; the Siege of Mariupol; China’s coronavirus outbreak and more.
The Factal editors are looking ahead at Germany’s reduction in coronavirus restrictions, elections in Timor-Leste, U.S. Supreme Court confirmation hearings, Pakistan’s no confidence motion, North Korea missile tests, and more.
In this week’s forecast we’ve got Major League Baseball Spring Training games, Germany relaxing most coronavirus rules, the US Senate starting Supreme Court confirmation hearings, President Biden meeting with NATO leaders to discuss Ukraine and an update on North Korea’s missile launches.
Over the next week we’re looking at elections in Turkmenistan, Colombia, and the Netherlands. Additionally there continues to be economic fallout from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and the Iran nuclear talks are resuming.