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Analysts at Rabobank provide insights into the key events lined up for release in the week ahead.

Key Quotes:

Today we see the German IFO survey, where we can begin to ascertain how actual businesses are beginning to react to the political uncertainty domestically and in Europe and globally. Expectations are for a slight decline from 102.2 to 101.8 – might we see a larger fall dragging down EUR with it?

Tomorrow it’s the ECB’s Hansson speaking on the Eurozone outlook and US consumer confidence.

Wednesday has Kiwi trade data, Eurozone money supply, and US durable goods, while the ECB’s Praet talks to the Dutch parliament.

Thursday it’s the RBNZ and Japanese retail sales, then US Q1 GDP.

Friday has Japanese CPI for Tokyo and unemployment data, German unemployment, Eurozone CPI, and then US personal income and spending, and the Chicago PMI.