This week we will be getting the meeting minutes from the three major central banks: the RBA, the ECB and the Fed. In addition to that, some preliminary manufacturing and services figures are expected from Australia, Japan, US, Germany, UK and eurozone as a whole. Also, Canada’s CPIs and Germany’s final GDP readings will be in the spotlight.
Monday will be a rather quiet day economic data wise, as we do not get any significant information from any country, which might have its strong impact on the market. There is only an ECBs financial stability review and the German Buba monthly report to watch out for. The ECB financial stability report tends to be published twice a year and shows the potential financial risks in the euro area. The German Buba (Bundesbank) report provides information on issues relating to financial and economic policies, including issues that surround the monetary policy.
On Tuesday, during the early hours of the Asian morning, New Zealand will deliver their PPI input and output numbers for Q3 on a QoQ basis. Input is believed to have increased from the...
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