These economic figures will be important this week

Asia

On Tuesday, the Reserve Bank of Australia publishes the minutes of its monetary policy meeting.
Following that, the People’s Bank of China announces its loan prime rate, and the Bank of Japan publishes its interest rate decision.

On Thursday, South Korea announces its producer price index (PPI) for November.

On Friday, Japan announces the inflation rate for November, and the Bank of Japan releases the minutes of its monetary policy meeting.
Singapore reports the consumer price index (CPI) for November and industrial production for November.

Europe

On Monday, the Ifo Business Climate Index for December will be published in Germany.

On Tuesday, Germany publishes the Producer Price Index (PPI) for November.

On Wednesday, the GFK Institute’s consumer confidence index for January will be published in Germany.

The U.S.

On Monday, the U.S. housing market index for December will be released by the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB).

On Tuesday, housing starts and building permits for November will be released.

On Wednesday, the current account for the third quarter of 2022, November used home sales, December consumer confidence from the Conference Board, and weekly oil inventories from the Energy Information Administration (EIA) will be released.

On Thursday, weekly initial jobless claims, third quarter 2022 gross domestic product (GDP), the national business activity index for November from the Chicago Fed, and the leading economic index for November from the Chicago Fed’s Conference Board will be released.

On Friday, new orders for durable goods for November, the personal consumption expenditures (PCE) price index for November, and consumer sentiment for December will be released by the University of Michigan.

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