What Economic Data Will Be Important Next Week?

Asia

On Monday, China reports 1Q22 gross domestic product (GDP), March industrial production, March retail sales, and March fixed asset investment, followed by Indonesia, which releases the March trade balance.

On Tuesday, industrial production for February will be published in Japan.

On Wednesday, Japan releases its imports, exports and trade balance for March, and the People’s Bank of China sets interest rates for LPR loans.

On Thursday, the producer price index (PPI) for March will be published in South Korea.

On Friday, Japan releases the manufacturing and services PMI (April), and Australia releases the manufacturing and services PMI.

The U.S.

On Monday, the March housing market index will be released in the U.S. by the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB).

On Tuesday, the U.S. Home Builders Start and Construction Permits Report for March will be released.

On Wednesday, second-hand home sales for March will be published in the US. This will be followed by the weekly oil inventories of the US Energy Information Administration (EIA) and the Beige Book of the Federal Reserve (Fed).

On Thursday, the weekly initial jobless claims and the April production index of the Philadelphia Fed will be published in the US.

On Friday, the U.S. Purchasing Managers’ Index for the manufacturing and service sectors (PMI) will be published (April).

Europe

On Wednesday, Germany publishes the Producer Price Index (PPI) for March, followed by the EU trade balance for February and industrial production in February.

On Thursday, the EU publishes its inflation rate for March.

On Friday, French manufacturing and services PMI (April), and German and EU manufacturing and services PMI (April) will be released.

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