This will be important this week


On Monday, industrial production for August will be published in Singapore and the trade balance for August in Hong Kong.

On Tuesday, South Korea will publish the consumer confidence index for September, and China will report industrial profits for August.

On Wednesday, the Bank of Japan (BOJ) will publish the minutes of its monetary policy meeting.

On Thursday, the business climate index for September will be published in South Korea.

On Friday, South Korea publishes industrial production and retail sales for August.
Japan reports the unemployment rate for August, retail sales for August, and industrial production for August.
China’s manufacturing and services purchasing managers’ index for September will be released by the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS), and the manufacturing purchasing managers’ index for September will be released by Caixin.
The Reserve Bank of India holds its monetary policy meeting and announces its interest rate decisions.


On Monday, the Ifo Institute will publish the business sentiment in Germany for the month of September.

On Wednesday, the October consumer confidence of the Gfk Institute will be published in Germany.

On Thursday, the EU publishes its consumer confidence index for September.

On Friday, retail sales for September will be announced in Germany, inflation and household spending in August in France, and the unemployment rate for August in the EU.

The U.S.

On Monday, the Chicago Fed releases the U.S. index of national economic activity in August.

Tuesday’s report will cover August durable goods orders, the S&P/Case-Shiller home price index for July, August new home sales, the Home Improvement Index for September, and Conference Board consumer confidence.

On Wednesday, pending home sales for August, and weekly oil inventories will be released by the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA).

On Thursday, initial jobless claims, and gross domestic product (GDP) Q2/22 will be released.

On Friday, personal consumption expenditures (PCE) for August, and the final index of consumer sentiment for September will be released by the University of Michigan.

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