This will be important this week


On Monday, Singapore reports September exports. China and Indonesia report imports, exports and the trade balance for September, and Japan publishes industrial production in August.

On Tuesday, the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) publishes the minutes of its meeting. China reports gross domestic product (GDP) for the third quarter, industrial production for September, retail sales for September, fixed asset investment for September, and the unemployment rate for September.

On Wednesday, the house price index for September will be published in China.

On Thursday, Japan publishes its imports, exports and trade balance for the month of September. Australia publishes the unemployment rate for September, and the People’s Bank of China announces the interest rate for prime customer loans (LPR).

On Friday, South Korea publishes the producer price index (PPI) for September. Japan reports inflation data for September.


On Tuesday, the EU and Germany will publish their October economic sentiment index from the ZEW Institute.

On Wednesday, the UK and the EU publish their inflation rates for September.

On Thursday, the German Producer Price Index (PPI) for September will be released and the Bank of Indonesia will announce its interest rate decision.

On Friday, the UK consumer confidence index for October from the Gfk Institute and retail sales for September will be published.

The U.S.

On Monday, the New York Fed will release the Empire State Manufacturing Index for October.

On Tuesday, industrial production for September, and the October housing market index will be released by the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB).

Wednesday’s release includes September housing and building permit numbers, weekly oil inventories from the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA), and the Federal Reserve’s Beige Book.

Thursday’s release includes weekly initial jobless claims, the Philadelphia Fed for October production, second-hand home sales for September, and the Conference Board’s leading economic index for September.

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