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This will be important this week


On Monday, the figures for building permits in May will be published in Australia.

On Tuesday, South Korea releases foreign exchange reserves for June and inflation for June.
In Australia, the final June services purchasing managers’ index (PMI) from S&P Global, May retail sales and Reserve Bank of Australia interest rate decisions will be released.
In China, the June purchasing managers’ index (PMI) will be released by Caixin and in Thailand, the consumer confidence index will be released.

On Wednesday, Thailand will publish the export and industrial confidence index.

On Thursday, South Korea publishes the current account for May. Australia publishes imports, exports and the trade balance for May, and China reports foreign exchange reserves for June.

On Friday, Japan reports household spending in May and the current account in May.

On Saturday, China will publish the consumer price index (CPI) for June and the producer price index (PPI) for June.


On Monday, Germany publishes imports, exports and the trade balance for the month of May. The EU publishes the producer price index (PPI) for May.

On Tuesday, France, Germany and the EU publish the final Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) for the services sector for June from S&P Global. The UK reports new car sales for June and the composite Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) for June from S&P Global/CIPS.

On Wednesday, Germany reports factory orders for May. The EU reports retail sales for May.

On Thursday, Germany reports on industrial production in May. The United Kingdom publishes the house price index for June from Halifax.

On Friday, France reports imports, exports and the trade balance for May.

The U.S.

U.S. factory orders for May will be released on Tuesday.

Wednesday’s releases include the final Composite Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) for the month of June from S&P Global, the June non-manufacturing PMI from the U.S. Institute of Supply Management (ISM), the Job Openings and Labor Turnover Rate (JOLTS) for the month of May, and the Federal Reserve’s Monetary Policy Committee (FOMC) meeting.

Thursday will see the release of ADP labor market data for the month of June, weekly initial jobless claims, imports, exports and the trade balance for the month of May, as well as weekly oil inventories from the U.S. Energy Information (EIA).

On Friday, nonfarm payrolls for June and wholesale inventories for May will be released.

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