The Week Ahead

On Monday, the Japanese economy likely expanded 2.3% from the previous quarter in the October-December period, according to economists surveyed by data provider Quick.  Economists say the government’s travel incentives and a recovery in exports boosted growth, but they expect the economy to shrink again in the first quarter of 2021 due to a second state of emergency issued in January…

Read about the rest of the week at The Wall Street Journal.