Next Week’s Menu: October 1 – 7, 2022

September 30, 2022

Central Banks: Monetary policy reviews scheduled in Iceland, Australia, Poland, New Zealand, Peru, Romania and Israel. The Bank of Japan quarterly Tankan survey of corporate conditions and expectations and minutes from the last European Central Bank Governing Council meeting will be published. Many Fed officials have public speaking engagements during the week, and so does Bank of Canada Governor Macklem.

Events and Holidays: A general election in Brazil is scheduled Sunday. OPEC Plus oil ministers meet Thursday. The Eurogroup meets early in the week. China celebrates National Golden Week. On Monday, German Reunification Day and Australian Labor Day will be observed. Sunday is Mahatma Gandhi’s birthday.

Purchasing Managers Surveys: Various and sundry PMI survey results will be reported throughout the week, covering manufacturing, service sector activity, and construction.

U.S. Scheduled Data: Monthly employment, unemployment, labor costs, factory orders, construction spending, JOLTs index, ADP estimated private jobs increase, and trade balance. Weekly jobless insurance claims, chain store sales, mortgage applications and energy inventories.

Euroland Releases: Producer prices, industrial production, retail sales and housing prices.

Members of the Euro Area: German, French and Austrian trade balances. German, French, Spanish, Irish, and Portuguese industrial production. French, Italian, Belgian and Austrian retail sales. German new car sales and industrial orders. French current account, Spanish consumer confidence, Dutch CPI, Irish unemployment, and Austrian wholesale prices.

U.K. and Switzerland: British Halifax house price index and quarterly productivity. Swiss CPI, industrial production, and unemployment.

Eastern Europe: Romanian, Czech and Hungarian retail sales. Hungarian industrial production.

Nordic Europe: Danish and Norwegian industrial production. Swedish orders and household consumption.

Japanese Releases: Current account, bank lending, labor costs, household spending, and Tokyo CPI.

Other Selected Asian Data: Indian and Taiwanese trade balances. Thai, Taiwanese, and Filipino consumer prices. Thai consumer confidence and Singaporean retail sales.

Australian and Turkey: Australian retail sales, trade balance, and building permits. Turkish CPI and PPI.

Mexico and Brazil: Mexican and Brazilian consumer prices. Mexican business sentiment and consumer confidence. Brazilian trade balance, retail sales and industrial production.

Canadian releases: Trade balance, labor market statistics and IVEY-PMI index.

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