Analysts at Deutsche Bank lists down the key economic events and macro releases for the week ahead.
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“In the US the March JOLTS report and March consumer credit print is due. Elsewhere, the latest EU commission forecasts are due, while the BoE's Cunliffe and Haldane will speak. The Fed's Kaplan and Quarles will also speak, while US Secretary of State Pompeo is due to meet German Chancellor Merkel in Berlin. Brexit headlines may recommence as Tory/Labour talks continue.”Brexit
“Wednesday: China's April trade data will be due out during the morning, along with the remaining April PMIs in Japan. In Germany the March industrial production print is due out. Away from that, the BoE's Ramsden is due to speak and the BoJ's latest meeting minutes are due. Pompeo is also due to meet with UK PM May in London. Meanwhile, China’s Liu He returns to Washington for another round of trade talks. The Fed’s Brainard is also due to speak.”“Wednesday:
“Thursday: The overnight focus will be on the April CPI and PPI prints in China. There are no data releases due in Europe, while in the US we'll get the April PPI report along with the latest claims reading, March trade balance and March wholesale inventories data. The Fed's Powell, Evans and Brainard are also due to speak at a Fed community research event.”“Thursday:
“Friday: A busy day for data releases includes March trade data in Germany, March industrial production in France and the UK, and March and Q1 GDP for the UK. In the US the April CPI report is due out along with the April monthly budget statement. The Fed's Bostic and Williams are also due to speak, along with the ECB's Coeure, Galhau and Visco.”“Friday: