Next Week

November 11, 2016

Central Banks: Mexico, Indonesia and Iceland have interest rate policy meetings. Bullard, Harker, Fishr, Williams, Rosengren and Lacker of the Fed speak publicly. So do Draghi, Weidmann, Constancio, Dombret, Lautenschlager, Praet, Mersch and Thiele of the ECB, Kuroda of the BOJ, and Lowe of the Reserve Bank of Australia. RBA minutes and the ECB Account get published.

Brazilian Holiday: Republic Day on Tuesday.

Euroland Statistics: GDP, industrial production, consumer prices, construction output, car sales, current account, trade balance and ZEW index of investor sentiment.

Members of the Euro Zone: German GDP, ZEW index, and producer prices. French CPI, unemployment and index of leading eonomic indicators. Italian, Dutch, Cypriot, Greek, and Portuguese GDP. Italian, Spanish, Finnish, and Austrian CPI. Irish construction purchasing managers survey and Greek import prices. Dutch and Belgian trade. Dutch consumer sentiment, retail sales and unemployment. Portuguese current account and Irish construction PMI index.

U.K. and Switzerland: British retail sales, consumer prices, producer prices, labor statistics, ONS house price index, and index of leading economic indicators. Swiss import prices and ZEW index of investor sentiment.

Nordic Europe: Swedish and Icelandic consumer prices. Norwegian GDP and trade balance. Swedish unemployment and Danish producer prices.

Eastern Europe: Romanian, Hungarian, Polish and Czech GDP. Romanian and Hungarian industrial output. Polish current account and CPI. Czech PPI.

Scheduled U.S. Economic Releases: Retail sales, producer prices, industrial production, Empire State, Kansas City Fed and Philly Fed regional manufacturing surveys, National Association of Home Builders housing index, import prices, Treasury-compiled capital flows, and index of leading economic indicators. Plus weekly jobless insurance claims, mortgage applications, chain store sales, consumer comfort and energy inventories.

Japan and China: Japanese GDP, revised industrial production and capacity utilization. Chinese industrial output, retail sales, fixed asset investment, and property prices.

Selected Other Asian Data: Indian WPI, trade balance, CPI, and index of leading economic indicators. Singapore and South Korean trade balances. Filipino and South Korean GDP. Hong Kong unemployment, Singapore retail sales, and South Korean producer prices.

Australia and New Zealand: Australian labor statistics, car sales, index of leading economic indicators, and quarterly wage costs. New Zealand retail sales, consumer confidence, PPI, and service sector purchasing managers survey.

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

Canada and Mexico: Canadian consumer prices, housing starts, building permits, and survey of manufacturing sales, orders and inventories. Mexico’s index of leading economic indicators.

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