These economic data will be important this week

Asia

On Monday, Japan will report the producer price index (PPI) for December. Australia will report construction permit figures for November. China will report the house price index for December, and Indonesia will report its trade balance for December.

On Tuesday, Australia will release its preliminary January consumer confidence index from Westpac. Singapore will report exports and trade balance for December. China will report December’s industrial production, retail sales, fixed asset investment, unemployment, and the quarterly gross domestic product (GDP) for Q4 of 2022.

On Wednesday, Japan will report November’s machinery orders, and the Bank of Japan (BOJ) will announce its interest rate resolutions.

On Thursday, Japan will report imports, exports, and trade balance for December. Australia will report the unemployment rate for December.

On Friday, South Korea will report the Producer Price Index (PPI) for December. Japan will report December’s inflation rate and the People’s Bank of China will announce the Loan Prime Rate (LPR).

Europe

On Tuesday, Germany will release its December inflation rate. The UK will release the unemployment rate for November. Additionally, the EU and Germany will release the ZEW Economic Sentiment Index for January.

On Wednesday, the UK will release its December inflation rate. The EU will also reveal its inflation rate for December.

On Friday, the UK will release the GfK January Consumer Confidence Index and December retail sales figures. Germany will report the Producer Price Index (PPI) for December.

The U.S.

On Tuesday, the US will report the Empire State Manufacturing Index for January from the New York Fed.

On Wednesday, the US will report the Producer Price Index (PPI) for December, retail sales for December, industrial production for December, business inventories for November, and the Housing Market Index for January from the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB).

On Thursday, the US will report weekly initial jobless claims, the January Production Index from the Philadelphia Fed, and weekly oil inventories from the US Energy Information Administration (EIA).

On Friday, the US will report December’s second-hand home sales.

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