Menu for the next week: July 30 – August 5, 2022
July 29, 2022
Central banks: reviews of monetary policy in the Czech Republic, Australia, Great Britain, Brazil, India and Georgia. Governor of the Bank of England Bailey and Governor of the Reserve Bank of Australia Lowe are speaking publicly. Quarterly RBA Statement on monetary policy and Orchestra England Report on monetary policy will be published.
Holy Monday: public holidays in Australia, public holidays in Canada and National Day in Switzerland.
Surveys of purchasing managers: During this period, various studies are published in manufacturing, services, non-oil energy, construction and private purchasing managers.
Planned US releases: Labor Department employment report, auto sales, JOLTS index, construction spending, trade deficit and factory orders.
Euroland release: Unemployment, retail sales and producer prices.
Eurozone members: retail sales in Germany, France, Austria and Belgium. German, French, Italian, Spanish and Portuguese industrial production. Austrian and Italian unemployment. Trade balances of France and Germany. Dutch consumer prices and Austrian producer prices. Consumer confidence in Spain.
Great Britain and Switzerland: British Nationwide House Price Index and Consumer Confidence in Switzerland.
Eastern and Northern Europe: Icelandic unemployment. Hungarian, Polish and Czech retail. Hungarian industrial production.
Japanese releases: Household expenditure, average monetary earnings, monetary base and index of leading economic indicators.
Other Asian releases: Indonesia and Hong Kong GDP. Trade balances of India and South Korea. Retail sales in Hong Kong and Singapore. CPI of South Korea, Indonesia and Taiwan. Thai business confidence and consumer confidence. China’s current account and Taiwan manufacturers’ prices. Thai Business Confidence and Consumer Sentiment.
Australia, New Zealand and Turkey: Building permits in Australia and New Zealand. New Zealand Quarterly Labor Statistics and Australia’s Trade Balance. Turkish CPI and PPI.
Canada, Mexico and Brazil: Trade balances between Canada and Brazil. Canadian labor market statistics and the IVEY-PMI index. Mexican business confidence and consumer sentiment.
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