These economic figures will be important this week

Asia

On Monday, South Korea reports its foreign exchange reserves for November,
S&P Global publishes the final purchasing managers’ index (PMI) for the service sector for November in Australia,
China reports the purchasing managers’ index (PMI) for the service sector for November from Caixin,
and Singapore releases retail sales for October

On Tuesday, Japan releases household spending for October,
and the Reserve Bank of Australia holds a monetary policy meeting and announces an interest rate decision.

On Wednesday, Australia publishes its gross domestic product (GDP) for the third quarter,
China releases its exports, imports, and trade balance for November,
and the Reserve Bank of India holds a monetary policy meeting and announces an interest rate decision.

On Thursday, Japan releases its third-quarter gross domestic product (GDP) (final estimate),
Australia reports exports, imports, and trade balance for October,
and Indonesia releases its consumer confidence index for November.

On Friday, China releases its November consumer price index (CPI) and producer price index (PPI).

Europe

On Monday, S&P Global publishes the final Purchasing Managers’ Index for France, Germany, the EU, and the UK for the month of November.

On Tuesday, Germany reports factory orders for October.

On Wednesday, Germany reports industrial production for October,
the United Kingdom reports the Halifax house price index for November,
France publishes the trade balance for November,
and the EU releases Q3 gross domestic product (GDP) (final estimate).

The U.S.

On Monday, the S&P Global Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) for the services sector for November, the ISM (Institute of Supply Management) non-manufacturing PMI for November, and factory orders for October will be released.

On Tuesday, exports, imports, and the trade balance for October will be published.

On Wednesday, nonfarm productivity with unit labor costs for the third quarter of 2021 (final estimate), and EIA weekly oil inventories will be released by the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA).

On Thursday, the number of weekly initial jobless claims will be released.

On Friday, the Producer Price Index (PPI) for November, the Core Producer Price Index (PPI), and Michigan Consumer Sentiment for December will be released.

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