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Analysts at Deutsche Bank list down the key events and economic releases from across the globe which will have maximum impact on the financial markets for the week ahead.

Key Quotes

Tuesday

Data: Japan final December composite and services PMIs, Germany December construction PMI, Euro Area November retail sales, Italy preliminary December CPI, Euro Area December CPI estimate, preliminary December core CPI, US November trade balance, December ISM non-manufacturing index, November factory orders, final November durable goods orders, Canada November international merchandise trade

Wednesday

Data: Germany November factory orders, France December consumer confidence, trade balance, Euro Area final December consumer confidence, economic confidence, US weekly MBA mortgage applications, December ADP employment change

Central Banks: Fed’s Brainard speaks

Thursday

Data: China December PPI, CPI, Germany November trade balance, industrial production, Italy preliminary November unemployment rate, Euro Area November unemployment rate, Canada December housing starts, November building permits, US weekly initial jobless claims

Central Banks: Fed’s Clarida, Williams, Evans and Bullard speak

Friday

Data: Japan preliminary November leading index, France November industrial production, manufacturing production, Italy November industrial production, Canada December net change in employment, unemployment rate, US December change in nonfarm payrolls, unemployment rate, average hourly earnings, participation rate, final November wholesale inventories.”