Next Week

November 26, 2016

Special Events: OPEC oil ministers meeting on November 30th in Vienna. OECD publishes its Outlook on November 28th.

Central Banks: Monetary Policy meetings in Brazil and Sri Lanka. New York Federal Reserve District President Dudley speaks, and the Beige Book of U.S. regional economic conditions will be published. Reserve Bank of New Zealand Governor Wheeler and ECB President Draghi speak publicly.

Manufacturing Purchasing Manager Surveys: China, Japan, Switzerland, Austria, Italy, Spain, the Czech Republic, Mexico, Brazil, Great Britain, France, Germany, Euroland, Ireland, The Netherlands, Canada, the United States, Poland, South Korea, The Philippines, Indonesia, Sweden, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam, India, Russian, Turkey, Greece and Australia. The U.K. construction PMI also arrives. All reports are for November.

Scheduled U.S. Statistics: GDP, labor statistics, the Chicago and New York regional purchasing manager manufacturing surveys, The Dallas Fed manufacturing index, the Case Shiller house price index, personal income and spending, motor vehicle sales, pending home sales, consumer confidence, the ADP estimate of private sector employment, and weekly jobless insurance claims, energy inventories, consumer comfort, chain store sales and mortgage applications.

Euroland: Money and credit growth, economic sentiment, consumer prices, unemployment and producer prices.

Members of the Euro Area: German retail sales, unemployment, CPI, and import prices. Italian GDP, business sentiment, consumer confidence, CPI, PPI, and unemployment. Spanish current account and CPI. French GDP and consumer spending. Belgian, Greek, Finnish and Portuguese GDP. Irish retail sales and industrial output. Portuguese and Greek producer prices. Cypriot industrial output and CPI. Finnish consumer sentiment.

U.K. and Switzerland: Britain’s Nationwide house price index and consumer confidence. Swiss UBS consumption indicator, index of leading economic indicators, GDP and retail sales.

Nordic Europe: Swedish trade, GDP, retail sales and current account. Norwegian retail sales, Icelandic PPI, and Danish GDP and PPI.

Eastern Europe: Polish and Czech GDP. Hungarian trade and Romanian producer prices.

Japanese Data: Unemployment, retail sales, household spending, industrial production, housing starts, construction orders, motor vehicle sales, monetary base, and quarterly investment.

Other Selected Asian Statistics: South Korean business and consumer sentiment, CPI, current account and GDP. Singaporean, Malaysian, and Thai producer prices. Indonesian and Thai CPI. Indian GDP and Chinese consumer confidence.

Australia, New Zealand and South Africa: Aussie new home sales, retail sales, and business investment. New Zealand building permits and money growth. South African money and credit growth plus the trade balance.

Canada, Mexico and Brazil: Canadian GDP, labor statistics, current account, and producer prices. Mexican unemployment. Brazilian PPI, GDP, trade balance, and industrial output.

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