Analysts at Rabobank lists down the key events and economic releases for the markets in the week ahead.
“Data-wise, we have the German IFO survey, seen 98.5, which will be key given the ZEW survey picked up slightly, yet the latter is based on analysts’ views and the former on businesses.”
“Tuesday it’s NZ trade, US housing starts, building permits, and consumer confidence.”
“Wednesday it’s the RBNZ meeting, Canadian and US trade data and the US current account and industrial production.”
“Thursday has Eurozone economic confidence and further revisions to Q4 US GDP, German CPI, and a Mexican rate decision.”
“Friday sees Japanese Tokyo CPI and industrial production and retail trade, China’s current account, Aussie private credit, German unemployment, UK and Canadian GDP, and US personal income/spending, the Chicago PMI, and new home sales.”
“Throughout the week we also hear from plenty of central bankers – who might now be sweating even more than usual for more than one reason at the thought of Moore being one more of them.”