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THIS WEEK’S INDICATORS
Market players this week will focus on Wednesday’s FOMC Meeting Minutes after a weak week for the US Dollar due to the latest inflation downbeat data that were released last Friday. On Tuesday, US is also expected to publish data on their Retail Sales.
On other major items on the economic calendar, UK is expected to release its latest Inflation figures, also on Tuesday, while the same day Euro-Zone will publish the German Q2 GDP figures. Last, but not least, on Monday China will report is latest Industrial Output data.
China and Euro-Zone will release their monthly Industrial Output.
The start of this week on Monday is expected to be a quiet as the most important releases of the day are the Chinese Industrial Production and Fixed Assets Investments reports at 02:00 GMT, and Eurostat’s Industrial Production at 9:00 GMT.
The latter is expected to come out -0.4%, from a previous reading of 1.3%.
A volatile session with important economic releases on rates, inflation and consumer spending.
On Tuesday, volatility will be high starting with RBA’s most recent meeting minutes at 01:30 GMT.
The Office for National Statistics will release UK’s CPI reading at 08:30 GMT, where this is expected to increase 0.1% from the previous release.
The session will close with the monthly U.S Core Retail Sales and Manufacturing Activity in the region of New York at 12:30 GMT while other medium impact reports are also expected to add to volatility.
Fed will release the latest FOMC meeting minutes while other major reports are expected from UK, AU, EU and NZ. A very volatile session starting with UK’s Average Earnings Index at 08:30 GMT and Eurozone’s quarter on quarter Flash GDP thirty minutes later.
US will publish the number of the new Building Permits issued last month at 12:30 GMT as well as the Crude Inventories at 14:30 GMT while the day’s highlight will be the FOMC Meeting Minutes at 18:00 GMT.
The session will close with Inflationary data from New Zealand, where an increase of 0.1% is expected from analyst on the PPI Input.
A busy Thursday with Employment, Unemployment and Consumer Spending reports.
The Australian Bureau of Statistics will release its latest Employment report at 00:30 GMT, followed by Ellis’s speech at 08:20 GMT.
UK will publish its monthly Retail Sales report ten minutes later while in Europe, ECB will publish its latest report on Monetary Policy at 11:30 GMT.
At 12:30 GMT US will follow up with their Jobless Claims report followed by Kaplan’s speech at the Lubbock Chamber of Commerce at 16:30 GMT.
A breather from a volatile weak with only Canadian Inflation data expected to be released.
The roundup of the week will be quiet as the only major reports expected to be released are coming from Canada. Other medium impact events are expected to move the markets too.
Canada will release its latest CPI report at 12:30 GMT while later, at 14:00, U.S will release its monthly Preliminary UoM Consumer Sentiment Survey.
The session will close with another speech from Kaplan fifteen minutes later as he’s due to speak at the Dallas County Community.