Next Week’s Menu: September 17 – 23, 2022

September 16, 2022

Central Banks: An unusually large number of central bank policy stances are scheduled for review, featuring the Federal Reserve, Bank of Japan, and Bank of England but also including Brazil, South Africa, China, Norway, Sweden, Turkey, Taiwan, Indonesia, the Philippines, the UAE, Saudi Arabia and Switzerland. Minutes from the last Reserve Bank of Australia policy review will be published, and FOMC minutes will be updated. Fed Chairman Powell, Bank of England Governor Bailey, and BOJ Governor Kuroda will hold press conferences, and Lane of the ECB, Kearns and Bullock of the RBA are some of the other central bankers speaking publicly.

Japanese Holidays: Respect for the Aged holiday on Monday and Autumnal Equinox on Thursday.

Scheduled U.S. Data Releases: Second-quarter current account and monthly NAHB housing index, housing starts, building permits, KC Fed manufacturing survey, Global S&P purchasing manager survey preliminary results, and index of leading economic indicators. Weekly jobless insurance claims, energy inventories, chain store sales and mortgage applications.

Euroland Releases: Current account, preliminary PMI survey, consumr confidence and construction output.

Members of the Euro Area: German and French PMIs. German, Portuguese, Irish and Finnish producer prices. Spanish and Dutch GDP. Italian, Portuguese, Greek and Dutch current accounts. Dutch and Belgian consumer confidence. French and Belgian business confidence. Austrian industrial production and Italian construction output. Dutch household spending and French index of leading economic indicators.

U.K. and Switzerland: British PMI surveys, consumer confidence, Rightmove house price index, public sector net borrowing, and CBI surveys of industrial trends and distributive trades. Swiss current account and quarterly update of macroeconomic forecasts.

Denmark and Turkey: consumer confidence.

Eastern Europe: Polish and Russian consumer sentiment. Polish retail sales, industrial production, current account and employment growth. Russian consumer confidence.

Japanese and Chinese Data: Japanese CPI. Chinese foreign direct investment.

Other Selected Asian Releases: Malaysian and Thai trade balances. Singaporean, Hong Kong, and Malaysian consumer prices. Singaporean and Taiwanese industrial production. Filipino consumer confidence, South Korean PPI, Taiwanese retail sales, and India’s index of leading economic indicators. Hong Kong current account and unemployment.

Australia, New Zealand and South Africa: Australian PMIs and index of leading economic indicators. South African CPI and leading business cycle index. Turkish consumer confidence.

Canadian Releases: Producer prices, consumer prices, home prices, retail sales, and survey of manufacturing sales,  orders, and inventories.

Mexico and Brazil: Mexican retail sales and index of leading economic indicators. Brazilian consumer sentiment.

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