Next Week Through July 19th

July 12, 2019

Central Banks: Monetary policy reviews in India, South Korea, Indonesia, South Africa, Ukraine and Chile. Reserve Bank of Australia releases minutes of July meeting. Bullard, Bostic and Evans of the Fed speak publicly.

Holidays: France celebrates Bastille Day on July 14, which marks the 230th anniversary of the start of the French Revolution. Japanese Marine Day is on Monday.

U.S. Economic Statistical Releases: Monthly trade balance, import prices, industrial production, capacity usage, Treasury-compiled capital flows (TIC), Empire State and Philly Fed manufacturing indices, National Association¬† of Home Builders’ housing index, housing starts, building permits, U. Michigan/Reuters consumer sentiment index, and index of leading economic indicators. Weekly new jobless insurance claims, consumer comfort, chain store sales, energy inventories, and mortgage applications.

Japanese and Chinese Data: Japanese consumer prices, all industry index, customs trade, and supermarket & department store sales. Chinese quarterly GDP and monthly retail sales, industrial production, property prices, and fixed asset investment.

Other Selected Asian Releases: Indian, Singaporean and Indonesian trade balances. South Korean PPI and Indian WPI.

Euroland Releases: Consumer prices, trade balance, current account, construction output, car sales, index of leading economic indicators, and ZEW gauge of investor sentiment.

Members of the Euro Area: Italian, Austrian, and Finnish consumer prices. German and Portuguese PPI. Italian, Irish and Finnish current accounts. Dutch, Italian, Belgian and Irish trade balances. Spanish and French indices of leading economic indicators. Dutch retail sales and unemployment. Irish GDP, German ZEW index, and Italian industrial orders.

Nordic Europe: Danish producer prices and Icelandic consumer prices.

Eastern Europe: Polish retail sales, consumer prices and current account. Poland’s PPI.

Scheduled Canadian Data Reports: Consumer prices, retail sales, existing home sales, trade balance and monthly survey of manufacturing sales, orders and inventories.

Brazil and Mexico: Brazilian and Mexican indices of leading economic indicators.

Australian and New Zealand: Australian monthly labor statistics and index of leading economic indicators. Westpac-compiled Australian second-quarter business confidence. New Zealand second-quarter consumer prices and monthly service-sector purchasing managers index.

South Africa and Turkey: South African retail sales and wholesale turnover. Turkish retail sales and unemployment.

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