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These economic figures will be important this week


On Monday, the Chinese central bank set interest rates for LPR loans.

On Tuesday, the Reserve Bank of Australia will publish the minutes of the meeting.

On Wednesday, the Bank of Japan (BOJ) publishes the minutes of its meeting. In Thailand, the Ministry of Commerce announces export-import figures and the Bank of Thailand (BOT) publishes a monetary policy report.

On Thursday, South Korea releases the Producer Price Index (PPI) for May, followed by S&P Global’s Australian Manufacturing and Services Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) for June. In Thailand, the Industrial Estate Authority of Thailand (FTI) announces the production and export of automobiles.

On Friday, Japan’s core consumer price index for May will be released, followed by Singapore’s industrial production index for May.


On Monday, the Producer Price Index (PPI) for May will be published in Germany.

On Wednesday, the United Kingdom publishes the May inflation number.

On Thursday, France, Germany, the EU, and the UK will publish the S&P Global Manufacturing/Services Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) for June.

On Friday, the UK will publish the GfK consumer confidence index for June and the retail sales index for May.

The U.S.

On Tuesday in the U.S., the Chicago Fed’s nationwide economic index for May and used home sales for May will be released.

On Thursday, weekly initial jobless claims, the June Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) from S&P Global, and weekly oil inventories from the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) will be released.

On Friday, the Michigan Consumer Confidence Index for June and new home sales for May will be released.

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