On Monday, China reported imports, exports, and trade balance for January and February. Followed by the foreign exchange reserves in February.
On Tuesday, the leading economic index for January will be published in Japan.
On Wednesday, GDP figures from Japan for the 4th quarter of 2021 will be published. There are also figures, consumer price index (CPI) February, producer price index (PPI) February from China.
On Thursday, the new yuan loans for February will be reported by China.
On Friday, South Korea reported its January foreign exchange reserves and Japan reported January household spending.
In Thailand, the direction of foreign capital, Covid-19 situation, and MSCI and FTSE index weighting will be published.
On Monday, new factory orders for January will be published in Germany and the house price index for February in the UK.
On Tuesday, German industrial production figures for January will be published, followed by EU gross domestic product (GDP) Q4/21 (latest projection).
On Thursday, the European Central Bank (ECB) meets on monetary policy and announces interest rate decisions.
On Friday, Germany will announce the inflation rate for February. This will be followed by UK industrial production for January and the trade balance for January.
On Tuesday, the U.S. will release the February small business confidence index from the National Federation of Independent Businesses (NFIB), import and export figures, and the trade balance for January. In addition, wholesale inventories in January will be published.
On Wednesday, U.S. January jobs data (JOLTS) and weekly crude inventories from the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) will be released.
On Thursday, the number of weekly initial jobless claims will be announced, followed by the inflation rate for February.
On Friday, the University of Michigan’s consumer sentiment index for the month of March will be released.