This will be important this week

Asia

On Tuesday, South Korea releases its second quarter gross domestic product (GDP) and the Bank of Japan releases the minutes of its monetary policy meeting.

On Wednesday, South Korea publishes its consumer confidence index for July. China reports industrial profits in June.

On Thursday, business conditions for July will be published in South Korea and retail sales for June in Australia.

On Friday, South Korea releases industrial production for June and retail sales for June. Japan publishes the unemployment rate for June, industrial production for June and retail sales for June, and the Bank of Japan publishes a summary of its economic outlook (Summary of Opinions), followed by consumer confidence in July.

On Sunday, China’s statistics bureau publishes the Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) of the manufacturing and service sectors for July.

Europe

The Ifo Institute’s July business climate index for Germany will be published on Monday.

The GfK Institute’s August consumer climate index will be published in Germany on Wednesday.

On Thursday, the EU publishes consumer confidence for July.

On Friday, France, Germany and the EU reported their gross domestic product (GDP) for the second quarter 22 (preliminary estimate).

The U.S.

On Monday, the nationwide economic index for June will be published by the Chicago Fed in the United States.

Tuesday will see the release of S&P/Case-Shiller home prices for May and new home sales for June, as well as the Conference Board’s consumer confidence index for July.

Wednesday’s release will include new orders for durable goods for June, pending home sales for June, weekly oil inventories from the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA), and interest rate decisions from the Federal Reserve’s Monetary Policy Committee (FOMC).

On Thursday, weekly initial jobless claims and 2Q22 gross domestic product (preliminary estimate) will be reported.

On Friday, the U.S. Personal Consumption Expenditure (PCE) price index for June and the consumer confidence index for July will be released by the University of Michigan.

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