On Monday, Singapore will release its Producer Price Index (PPI) for April, providing insights into inflationary pressures within the country.
Japan will report its unemployment rate for April on Tuesday, shedding light on the labor market situation.
Wednesday will bring South Korea’s April industrial output and retail sales figures, offering a glimpse into the country’s manufacturing and consumer sectors. Additionally, China will release its Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) for manufacturing and services in May from the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS). Japan will also publish its Consumer Confidence Report for May.
Thursday will witness South Korea reporting import and export sales, trade balance, and the manufacturing PMI for May. China will also report its PMI for May from Caixin, providing an overview of the country’s economic activities.
The European Union will release its May consumer confidence index on Tuesday, reflecting the sentiment of consumers within the region.
Germany will report its jobless rate for May on Wednesday, giving insights into the country’s labor market conditions.
Thursday will see France, Germany, the EU, and the UK releasing the final manufacturing PMI for May from Hamburg Commercial Bank (HCOB).
On Friday, France will report its April industrial production figures, reflecting the performance of its manufacturing sector.
Tuesday will bring significant data releases from the United States, including the March home price index from S&P/Case-Shiller, the Conference Board’s May consumer confidence index, and the May manufacturing index from the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas.
Wednesday will feature the release of April job openings and labor turnover (JOLTS) figures, providing insights into the dynamics of the US labor market. The Federal Reserve will also publish its Beige Book summary, summarizing economic conditions across the country.
Thursday will witness the release of ADP private payrolls for May, weekly jobless claims, final May manufacturing PMI from S&P Global, the May manufacturing index from the US Institute for Supply Management (ISM), April construction spending, and weekly oil stocks from the US Energy Information Administration (EIA).
Friday will mark the release of the highly anticipated nonfarm payrolls report for May, offering a comprehensive view of the US labor market and employment situation.