This will be important this week

Asia

On Monday, Japan reports gross domestic product (GDP) for 2Q22 (preliminary estimate) and industrial production for June (latest estimate). China reports house price index for July, industrial production for July, retail sales for July, fixed asset investment for July, and unemployment rate for July. Indonesia reports imports, exports, and the trade balance for July.

On Tuesday, the Reserve Bank of Australia releases the minutes of the monetary policy meeting.

On Wednesday, Japan reports imports, exports and the trade balance for July.

On Thursday, the unemployment rate for July will be published in Australia.

On Friday, the consumer price index for July will be published in Japan.

Europe

On Tuesday, the UK publishes the unemployment rate for June. The EU publishes the trade balance for June and the ZEW Institute’s economic confidence index for August. In Germany, the ZEW Institute’s economic confidence index for August will be published.

On Wednesday, the United Kingdom reports the inflation rate for July.

On Thursday, the EU publishes the consumer price index (CPI) for July.

On Friday, the British GfK consumer confidence index (August), the retail sales index for July and the German producer index for July will be published.

The U.S.

On Monday, the U.S. Empire State Manufacturing Index for August will be released by the New York Fed and the Housing Market Index for August will be released by the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB).

On Tuesday, the U.S. will publish the figures for home construction and building permits in July. and industrial production in July

On Wednesday, U.S. retail sales for July, business inventories for June and weekly oil inventories will be released by the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA). The Federal Reserve (FOMC) releases the minutes of its July 26-27 meeting.

On Thursday, the U.S. will release weekly initial jobless claims, the Philadelphia Fed manufacturing index for August, used home sales for July and the Conference Board’s leading economic index for July.

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