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Week ahead: Eurozone and Chinese PMIs to be closely watched

The flow of data will slow down over the coming week, with the main highlights expected to be the latest manufacturing sector purchasing managers' indices (PMI) due out in the Eurozone and China, on Wednesday.
[Fri 21:00]

Week Ahead: Eurozone CPI and raft of Chinese data may hold key

The next week will be a holiday shortened one, but will nevertheless see the release of a raft of macroeconomic indicators.
[11 Apr '14]

Week ahead: More monetary stimulus on the way in the Eurozone and Japan

Data expected out over the coming week is expected to hint - much as last Friday's US non-farm payrolls report - at firmer levels of economic activity globally, particularly over in Europe and perhaps also in China, after the weakness seen this past winter.
[6 Apr '14]

Week ahead: Downside risks to growth lessened, deflation risks still present

Data out over the coming week is expected to confirm that growth prospects in the Eurozone and US remain firm even while underlining the risk of deflation in the single currency area.
[30 Mar '14]

Week ahead: Global manufacturing data and Fed speakers to be closely followed

The coming week will be quite intense on the macroeconomic front, starting with the 'flash' Chinese manufacturing survey data which will be published first thing Monday morning. It will be complemented by similar releases from the Eurozone and the US.
[23 Mar '14]

Week ahead: Chancellor's Budget Statement awaited

The referendum on Sunday March 16th to be held in Crimea will no doubt mark the coming week. More important even, of course, will be Russia's reaction to those results and the international community's subsequent response.
[15 Mar '14]

Week ahead: Chinese data and MPC back in focus

The coming week will see a shift towards Asia in terms of the most potentially market moving data and events. Thus, Thursday will bring with it a raft of Chinese data, including the latest figures on industrial production and retail sales. The exact date for the release of the latest statistics on money supply has not yet been set but they are also scheduled for release during the week.
[9 Mar '14]

Week ahead: US non-farm payrolls and ECB meeting in focus

The coming week is a bit top-heavy in terms of potentially market-moving economic data releases and events.
[2 Mar '14]

Week ahead: Eurozone CPIs, MPC speakers in focus

In the run-up to the following week's monetary policy meeting at the European Central Bank investors will be closely watching the 'final' reading on Consumer Price Index data for the euro area due to be released on Monday and the 'preliminary' CPI estimate for February.
[21 Feb '14]

Week ahead: Focus to be on manufacturing data in China and the Eurozone

There is a raft of important economic events lined up for the coming week. Chief amongst those will be the latest survey figures for the manufacturing sector in China and the Eurozone, due out on Thursday. Markets are closely watching the pace of growth in both economic areas. European data may be the slightly more important of the two given current expectations for the European Central Bank to cut its main policy rate again this spring.
[15 Feb '14]

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