Outlook: Most Relevant Publications of This Trading Week

By 09/04/2018News

04/09/2018: Numerous economic data are on the calendar for the new trading week. On Monday the German trade and current account balance as well as the investors confidence in the Euro-Zone will be taken into account. On Tuesday attention will focus on US producer prices and American wholesale inventories. By midweek, market participants are waiting for US inflation data and the FOMC meeting minutes. The next day, industrial production in the Euro-Zone (February) and the ECB meeting minutes of the Euro-Zone come to the fore. In the USA the first weekly applications for unemployment benefit as well as import and export prices are due to be published. Finally at the end of the week inflation figures for Germany, the trade balance in the Euro-Zone and US consumer confidence of the University of Michigan are on the agenda.

Monday – 04/09/18: 08:00 am Trade and current account Germany (February) / 10:30 am Sentix investor confidence Euro-Zone (April)

Tuesday – 04/10/18: 02:30 pm Producer Prices USA (March) / 04:00 pm Inventory stocks wholesale USA (February) / 10:30 pm API Crude oil Inventory data USA (week)

Wednesday – 04/11/18: 02:30 pm Consumer prices USA (March) / 02:30 pm Real income USA (March) / 04:30 pm EIA crude oil inventory data USA (week) / 08:00 pm FOMC meeting minutes USA

Thursday – 04/12/18: 11:00 am Industrial production Euro-Zone (February) / 01:30 pm ECB minutes Euro-Zone / 02:30 pm First applications for unemployment benefits USA (week) / 02:30 pm Import and export prices USA (March)

Friday – 04/13/18: 08:00 am Consumer prices Germany (March) / 11:00 pm Trade balance Euro-Zone (February) / 04:00 pm University of Michigan consumer confidence USA (April)

All times are based on CET. For more information please see our Economic Calendar (Market Movers).

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