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Friday, February 22, 2019
  • 10:40German Chancellor Merkel: to meet French President Macron on Wednesday
  • 10:37More Labour MPs said to be expected to quit party over next few days/weeks - ITV news correspondent Walker
  • 10:31EU’s Tusk to have bilateral meeting with UK PM May in Sharm El-Sheik

    • no Brexit deal will be reached at Egypt summit

  • 10:18Annual inflation in the euro area down to 1.4% in January 2019

    According to the report from Eurostat, the euro area annual inflation rate was 1.4% in January 2019, down from 1.5% in December. A year earlier, the rate was 1.3%.

    European Union annual inflation was 1.5% in January 2019, down from 1.6% in December. A year earlier, the rate was 1.6%.

    The lowest annual rates were registered in Greece (0.5%), Croatia and Portugal (both 0.6%). The highest annual rates were recorded in Romania (3.2%), Latvia (2.9%), Estonia and Hungary (both 2.8%). Compared with December 2018, annual inflation fell in sixteen Member States, remained stable in five and rose in seven.

    In January 2019, the highest contribution to the annual euro area inflation rate came from services (+0.70 percentage points, pp), followed by food, alcohol & tobacco (+0.36 pp), energy (+0.26 pp) and non-energy industrial goods (+0.06 pp).

  • 10:00Eurozone: Harmonized CPI, Y/Y, January 1.4% (forecast 1.4%)
  • 10:00Eurozone: Harmonized CPI, January -1% (forecast -1.1%)
  • 09:59Eurozone: Harmonized CPI ex EFAT, Y/Y, January 1.1% (forecast 1.1%)
  • 09:44SAFE: Chinese commercial banks bought a net $12.1 billion of Forex in January

    The State Administration of Foreign Exchange (SAFE) said, China's commercial banks purchased a net $12.1 billion of foreign exchange in January, compared with a net sale of $7.1 billion in December.

    Expectations of China's forex market improved last month, thanks to Beijing's measures to arrest an economic slowdown, said Wang Chunying, a SAFE spokeswoman, added that retail investors' FX purchases continued to decline, falling 11% in January from the previous year.

  • 09:33Nowotny: ECB has not conclusions yet on TLTROs

    • there are no ideas yet on size of potential TLTROs

    • if slowdown driven by one-offs, TLTRO maybe not needed

    • expects TLRO decision to come later than march

    • Central bank is well prepared for all Brexit scenarios

  • 09:22ECB governing council member Nowotny: German growth expectations likely to be revised down

    • does not see need for liquidity

    • could consider special measures regarding bank lending

  • 09:18German IFO business climate declined more than expected in February
    • February Ifo business climate index 98.5 vs 99.0 expected and 99.3 prior (revised from 99.1)

    This monthly indicator published by the IFO economic institute based in Frankfurt defines - via a survey of 7,000 entrepreneurs - the level of confidence in the German economy. This index has a great influence on the Euro currency because it highlights the German economic dynamism and investment levels for the next 6 months. A low figure could negatively impact the euro since Germany accounts for almost one third of GNP in the Eurozone.


    • Expectations 93.8 vs 94.2 expected and 94.3 prior (revised from 94.3)

    • Current assessment 103.4 vs 103.9 expected and 104.5 prior (revised from 104.3)


    The German economic weak phase is set to continue, Ifo economist Klaus Wohlrabe said, adding a hard Brexit was by no means off the table yet and if U.S. President Trump implemented punitive tariffs, it would hit export expectations. "There was hope that the weak period we experienced in the second half of 2018 was only temporary but it looks like it will continue," Wohlrabe said.

  • 09:00Germany: IFO - Expectations , February 93.8 (forecast 94.2)
  • 09:00Germany: IFO - Current Assessment , February 103.4 (forecast 103.9)
  • 09:00Germany: IFO - Business Climate, February 98.5 (forecast 99)
  • 08:44Morgan Stanley: China's debt is set to worsen, but there's less risk from shadow banking

    China's debt problem is set to worsen this year, according U.S. bank Morgan Stanley - but Beijing is expected to better manage the risks of people borrowing from non-official channels this time, compared to years ago.

    China's debt in relation to its economy is expected to climb by three to four percentage points of its economy, Morgan Stanley's Chief China Economist Robin Xing told, referring to the debt-to-GDP ratio.

    "This time, it's a bit different because they are using more manageable, or transparent leverage rather than re-opening shadow banking," Xing told, saying that the Chinese government is increasing the quota of local special bonds, which are essentially backed by the state.

    "Despite the temporary increase in the debt-to-GDP ratio, it's much more manageable and transparent than 2013 to 2017, when shadow banking was surging," Xing concluded.

  • 08:29The US keeps demanding actions on the yuan that China wants to take anyway - CNBC

    U.S. negotiators are reportedly demanding China not devalue the yuan as a condition for any potential trade deal. Such a measure is likely to encounter little resistance from the Chinese: It's actually in Beijing's interest to have a stronger currency, experts told CNBC.

    The yuan's exchange rate against the dollar has been a repeated complaint from Donald Trump. In July of last year, the U.S. president told that the Chinese currency had been "dropping like a rock" and that it was putting America at a "disadvantage."

    Since then, the yuan has strengthened about 1 percent against the greenback and Beijing has said the People's Bank of China is pursuing a stronger currency.

  • 08:13China says would welcome a visit by UK finance minister - Reuters

    China’s foreign ministry said on Friday that Beijing would welcome a visit by Britain’s finance minister Philip Hammond, a day after the minister had said talk of deploying a British warship in the Pacific had complicated bilateral relations.

    “China sets great store on Sino-Britain ties, and hopes Britain can earnestly respect China’s core interests and concerns, and make efforts for promoting the healthy and stable development of relations,” Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Geng Shuang said a daily news briefing.

    “As for the issue of Chancellor Hammond visiting China, we have said that we welcome him to visit,” Geng added.

  • 07:55Germany general government achieved record surplus of 58 billion euros in 2018

    According to updated results of the Federal Statistical Office (Destatis), net lending of general government amounted to 58.0 billion euros in 2018 .In absolute terms, this was the highest surplus achieved by general government since German reunification. When measured as a percentage of gross domestic product at current prices (3,386.0 billion euros), the surplus ratio of general government was +1.7%. These are data based on the definitions of the European System of Accounts (ESA) 2010; they are used to monitor the budget situation in the EU Member States.

    On the revenue side, large increases were recorded especially for income and net worth tax payments (+5.7%) and the continuing good employment trend led to a sharp increase in social contributions (+4.3%). Government revenue from interest and dividends received grew considerably (+16.1%). The reason was the markedly higher Bundesbank profit. The expenditure side was characterised by above-average increases in expenditure regarding gross fixed capital formation (+7.9%) and compensation of employees (+3.9%). Due to the continuing very low interest rates and lower debt, interest payments decreased again (-8.5%).

  • 07:39EU chief Brexit negotiator Barnier: does not exclude another Brexit delay

    • more discussions are needed though, not time

    • more worried than before on the potential for a hard Brexit

    • a hard Brexit would be 'very serious' for the UK

  • 07:30China's foreign ministry: Report that some China ports halted Australia coal imports untrue
    • customs are strengthening quality and environment checks on coal


    Thus, China denying yesterday’s Reuters report, in which it was noted that China moves to ban Australian coal imports at its Dalian port.

    After these statements, AUD/USD rose sharply, and updated session high

  • 07:14German economic growth has stalled in the fourth quarter of 2018

    Federal Statistical Office (Destatis) said, the gross domestic product (GDP) in the fourth quarter of 2018 remained at the same level as in the previous quarter (0.0%), upon price-, seasonal and calendar-adjustment. Thus there were two different phases of short-term economic development in Germany in 2018. In the first half of 2018, the GDP had increased, by 0.4% in the first quarter and 0.5% in the second quarter. In the third quarter, however, the GDP was down 0.2%. For the whole year of 2018, this was an increase of 1.4% (calendar-adjusted: 1.5%). Hence growth was slightly smaller than reported in January.

    The quarter-on-quarter comparison (price-, seasonally and calendar-adjusted) shows that positive contributions to growth came from domestic demand. In the fourth quarter of 2018, gross fixed capital formation, especially in construction (+1.3%) but also in machinery and equipment (+0.7%), increased markedly compared with the third quarter of 2018. Household final consumption expenditure increased slightly (+0.2%), whereas final consumption expenditure of general government grew markedly (+1.6%). However, development of foreign trade did not make a positive contribution to growth in the fourth quarter. According to provisional calculations, exports and imports of goods and services increased by 0.7% each on the previous quarter.

    Measured by unadjusted figures, year-on-year economic growth continued to slow. The price-adjusted GDP rose by 0.9% (calendar-adjusted: 0.6%) in the fourth quarter of 2018, following increases of 1.1% (calendar-adjusted: also +1.1%) in the third quarter of 2018, 2.3% (calendar-adjusted: +2.0%) in the second quarter of 2018 and 1.4% in the first quarter of 2018 (calendar-adjusted: +2.1%).

  • 07:00Germany: GDP (QoQ), Quarter IV 0% (forecast 0%)
  • 07:00Germany: GDP (YoY), Quarter IV 0.9% (forecast 0.6%)
  • 06:35Options levels on friday, February 22, 2019

    EUR/USD

    Resistance levels (open interest**, contracts)

    $1.1438 (4844)

    $1.1411 (1323)

    $1.1391 (1175)

    Price at time of writing this review: $1.1338

    Support levels (open interest**, contracts):

    $1.1297 (2813)

    $1.1267 (5624)

    $1.1230 (5374)


    Comments:

    - Overall open interest on the CALL options and PUT options with the expiration date March, 8 is 98584 contracts (according to data from February, 21) with the maximum number of contracts with strike price $1,1700 (6216);


    GBP/USD

    Resistance levels (open interest**, contracts)

    $1.3191 (4055)

    $1.3142 (3825)

    $1.3108 (859)

    Price at time of writing this review: $1.3030

    Support levels (open interest**, contracts):

    $1.2963 (762)

    $1.2940 (1097)

    $1.2912 (780)


    Comments:

    - Overall open interest on the CALL options with the expiration date March, 8 is 42552 contracts, with the maximum number of contracts with strike price $1,3100 (4055);

    - Overall open interest on the PUT options with the expiration date March, 8 is 30955 contracts, with the maximum number of contracts with strike price $1,2700 (1961);

    - The ratio of PUT/CALL was 0.72 versus 0.72 from the previous trading day according to data from February, 21

    * - The Chicago Mercantile Exchange bulletin (CME) is used for the calculation.

    ** - Open interest takes into account the total number of option contracts that are open at the moment.

  • 02:30Commodities. Daily history for Thursday, February 21, 2019
    Raw materials Closed Change, %
    Brent 67.01 -0.13
    WTI 56.87 -0.65
    Silver 15.78 -1.62
    Gold 1323.268 -1.11
    Palladium 1473.33 -0.98
  • 00:30Stocks. Daily history for Thursday, February 21, 2019
    Index Change, points Closed Change, %
    NIKKEI 225 32.74 21464.23 0.15
    Hang Seng 115.87 28629.92 0.41
    KOSPI -1.1 2228.66 -0.05
    ASX 200 42.7 6139.2 0.7
    FTSE 100 -61.23 7167.39 -0.85
    DAX 21.31 11423.28 0.19
    Dow Jones -103.81 25850.63 -0.4
    S&P 500 -9.82 2774.88 -0.35
    NASDAQ Composite -29.36 7459.71 -0.39
  • 00:15Currencies. Daily history for Thursday, February 21, 2019
    Pare Closed Change, %
    AUDUSD 0.70888 -1.03
    EURJPY 125.451 -0.17
    EURUSD 1.13319 -0.04
    GBPJPY 144.294 -0.24
    GBPUSD 1.30353 -0.1
    NZDUSD 0.68001 -0.8
    USDCAD 1.32305 0.42
    USDCHF 1.00129 0.04
    USDJPY 110.701 -0.13
  • 23:30Japan: National Consumer Price Index, y/y, January 0.2% (forecast 0.2%)
  • 23:30Japan: National CPI Ex-Fresh Food, y/y, January 0.8% (forecast 0.8%)
  • 23:30Schedule for today, Friday, February 22, 2019
    Time Country Event Period Previous value Forecast
    07:00 Germany GDP (YoY) Quarter IV 1.1% 0.6%
    07:00 Germany GDP (QoQ) Quarter IV -0.2% 0%
    09:00 Germany IFO - Current Assessment February 104.3 103.9
    09:00 Germany IFO - Expectations February 94.2 94.2
    09:00 Germany IFO - Business Climate February 99.1 99
    10:00 Eurozone Harmonized CPI January 0% -1.1%
    10:00 Eurozone Harmonized CPI ex EFAT, Y/Y January 1% 1.1%
    10:00 Eurozone Harmonized CPI, Y/Y January 1.6% 1.4%
    11:00 United Kingdom CBI retail sales volume balance February    
    13:15 U.S. FOMC Member Bostic Speaks    
    13:30 Canada Retail Sales YoY December 0.5%  
    13:30 Canada Retail Sales, m/m December -0.9% -0.3%
    13:30 Canada Retail Sales ex Autos, m/m December -0.6% -0.3%
    14:00 Belgium Business Climate February -1.5 -2.3
    15:15 U.S. FOMC Member Williams Speaks    
    15:30 Eurozone ECB President Mario Draghi Speaks    
    17:00 U.S. FOMC Member Clarida Speaks    
    18:00 U.S. Baker Hughes Oil Rig Count February 857  
    18:30 U.S. FOMC Member Quarles Speaks    
    18:30 U.S. FOMC Member Harker Speaks    
    22:30 U.S. FOMC Member Williams Speaks    
  • 20:50Schedule for tomorrow, Friday, February 22, 2019
    Time Country Event Period Previous value Forecast
    07:00 Germany GDP (YoY) Quarter IV 1.1% 0.6%
    07:00 Germany GDP (QoQ) Quarter IV -0.2% 0%
    09:00 Germany IFO - Current Assessment February 104.3 103.9
    09:00 Germany IFO - Expectations February 94.2 94.2
    09:00 Germany IFO - Business Climate February 99.1 99
    10:00 Eurozone Harmonized CPI January 0% -1.1%
    10:00 Eurozone Harmonized CPI ex EFAT, Y/Y January 1% 1.1%
    10:00 Eurozone Harmonized CPI, Y/Y January 1.6% 1.4%
    11:00 United Kingdom CBI retail sales volume balance February    
    13:15 U.S. FOMC Member Bostic Speaks    
    13:30 Canada Retail Sales YoY December 0.5%  
    13:30 Canada Retail Sales, m/m December -0.9% -0.3%
    13:30 Canada Retail Sales ex Autos, m/m December -0.6% -0.3%
    14:00 Belgium Business Climate February -1.5 -2.3
    15:15 U.S. FOMC Member Williams Speaks    
    15:30 Eurozone ECB President Mario Draghi Speaks    
    17:00 U.S. FOMC Member Clarida Speaks    
    18:00 U.S. Baker Hughes Oil Rig Count February 857  
    18:30 U.S. FOMC Member Quarles Speaks    
    18:30 U.S. FOMC Member Harker Speaks    
    22:30 U.S. FOMC Member Williams Speaks    
  • 16:13EIA’s report reveals bigger than expected build in U.S. crude oil inventories

    The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) revealed that crude inventories rose by 3.672 million barrels in the week ended February 15. Economists had forecast an increase of 3.050 million barrels.

    At the same time, gasoline stocks fell by 1.454 million barrels, while analysts had expected a drop of 0.500 million barrels. Distillate stocks reduced by 1.517 million barrels, while analysts had forecast a decrease of 1.500 million barrels.

    Meanwhile, oil production in the U.S. increased by 100,000 barrels a day to 12.000 million barrels a day. 

    U.S. crude oil imports averaged 7.5 million barrels per day last week, up by 1,312,000 barrels per day from the previous week.

  • 16:00U.S.: Crude Oil Inventories, February 3.672 (forecast 3.08)
  • 15:22U.S. private sector output growth regains momentum in February, underpinned by service providers

    Preliminary data released by IHS Markit indicated that the U.S. private sector output growth regained momentum in February, as a robust upturn in service sector activity more than offset the slowdown reported by manufacturing firms.

    According to the report, the Markit flash manufacturing purchasing manager's index (PMI) fell to 53.7 in February from 54.9 in January, signaling the slowest improvement in business conditions since September 2017. Economists had expected the reading to drop to at 54.7. 

    A reading above 50 signals an expansion in activity, while a reading below this level signals a contraction. 

    February’s decrease in the headline PMI mainly reflected a slowdown in production and new order growth.

    Meanwhile, the Markit flash services purchasing manager's index (PMI) increased to 56.2 this month from 54.2 in January, indicating the sharpest upturn in activity since June 2018.

    Economists had expected the reading to edge up to 54.3. 

    The survey said the new work rose the most since September, amid higher levels of business and consumer spending. Latest data also pointed to the steepest increase in backlogs of work for just over four years.

    Overall, IHS Markit Flash U.S. Composite PMI Output Index came in at 55.8 in February, up from 54.4 in January, signaling the strongest rate of private sector output since June 2018. 

    Commenting on the flash PMI data, Chris Williamson, Chief Business Economist at IHS Markit noted, “February data provides a positive signal for first-quarter economic growth, with US businesses reporting the fastest output expansion since the middle of 2018… Historical comparisons suggest the latest survey data are indicative of an underlying economic growth rate of around 2.5% annualized, although the PMI is designed to monitor private sector companies so the impact of the government shutdown may not be fully captured."


  • 15:02U.S.: Leading Indicators , January -0.1% (forecast 0.1%)
  • 15:00U.S.: Existing Home Sales , January 4.94 (forecast 5)
  • 14:58U.S. factory orders grow less than expected in December

    The U.S. Commerce Department reported that the durable goods orders rose 1.2 percent m-o-m in December, following a revised 1.0 percent m-o-m gain in November (originally a 0.8 percent m-o-m advance). 

    Economists had forecast a 1.5 percent m-o-m increase. 

    According to the report, transportation equipment (+3.3 percent m-o-m) drove the increase. Meanwhile, orders for durable goods excluding transportation edged up 0.1 percent m-o-m, following a 0.2 percent m-o-m drop in November and missing market expectations of a 0.3 percent m-o-m gain.

    Orders for non-defense capital goods excluding aircraft, a closely watched proxy for business spending plans, dropped 0.7 percent m-o-m in December, after declining 1.0 percent m-o-m in November.


  • 14:45U.S.: Manufacturing PMI, February 53.7 (forecast 54.7)
  • 14:45U.S.: Services PMI, February 56.2 (forecast 54.3)
  • 13:55Canadian wholesale trade unexpectedly increase in December

    Statistics Canada reported the Canadian wholesale trade rose by 0.3 percent m-o-m in December, following a revised 1.1 percent m-o-m decline in the previous month.

    Economists had forecast a drop of 0.1 percent m-o-m.

    The December gain was led by stronger sales in the motor vehicle and parts (+3.7 percent m-o-m) and the miscellaneous (+2.0 percent m-o-m) subsectors.

    Overall, sales were up in four out of seven subsectors, representing 64 percent of wholesale trade, while sales increased in six of the 10 provinces. 

    Sales decreased by 0.4 percent in the fourth quarter, recording the first decline following 10 consecutive quarterly gains.

    Wholesale trade in Canada grew for the ninth consecutive year, up 3.7 percent, in 2018.

  • 13:46U.S. jobless claims falls more than expected

    The data from the Labor Department revealed the number of applications for unemployment benefits fell more than expected, a sign the labor market is regaining its footing following the longest-ever government shutdown.

    According to the report, the initial claims for unemployment benefits decreased 23,000 to 216,000 for the week ended February 16. 

    Economists had expected 229,000 new claims last week. 

    Claims for the prior week were unrevised at 239,000.

    Meanwhile, the four-week moving average of claims rose 4,000 to 235,750 last week, the highest level since January 2018. This implies the labor market was slowing down.

  • 13:36EU’s Timmermans: Ready to work with UK government to improve Brexit agreement or political declaration

    • EU will defend single market integrity in dealing with Irish border issue

  • 13:31U.S.: Philadelphia Fed Manufacturing Survey, February -4.1 (forecast 14.0)
  • 13:30U.S.: Durable goods orders ex defense, December 1.8% (forecast 0.4%)
  • 13:30U.S.: Durable Goods Orders ex Transportation , December 0.1% (forecast 0.3%)
  • 13:30U.S.: Durable Goods Orders , December 1.2% (forecast 1.5%)
  • 13:30U.S.: Continuing Jobless Claims, 1725 (forecast 1740)
  • 13:30U.S.: Initial Jobless Claims, 216 (forecast 229)
  • 13:30Canada: Wholesale Sales, m/m, December 0.3% (forecast -0.1%)
  • 12:35ECB releases its minutes of the January monetary policy meeting

    • Near-term growth momentum is likely to be weaker than earlier expected
    • Eurozone growth could be below potential for several quarters
    • A probability of recession is low, but levels of uncertainty are high
    • It is unclear how long growth dip will last or if it impacts the medium-term
    • ECB is concerned that weakness could affect inflation expectations

  • 12:28Fed's Bullard: Rate hikes, balance sheet reduction "coming to an end"

    St. Louis Fed President James Bullard told CNBC in a "Squawk Box" interview on Thursday:

    • Fed is in a very good place, no urgency to act
    • Rates are "a bit tight" right now
    • Balance sheet decision to hopefully come in "next couple of meetings"
    • Getting the right level of reserves means a bigger balance sheet
    • Rates are high in comparison to the global environment we're in
    • Says that he argued against a December rate hike
    • Says "I felt like we went too far" with December decision
    • Fed might miss 2% inflation target again this year
    • Fed could re-center inflation expectations around 2%

Economic Calendar
Time Region Importance Event Previous Forecast Actual
12:00
United Kingdom
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MPC Member Andy Haldane Speaks
12:30
Eurozone
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ECB Monetary Policy Meeting Accounts
12:50
U.S.
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FOMC Member Bostic Speaks
13:30
Eurozone
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ECB's Peter Praet Speaks
13:30
Canada
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Wholesale Sales, m/m-1.1%-0.1%0.3%
13:30
U.S.
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Continuing Jobless Claims178017401725
13:30
U.S.
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Initial Jobless Claims239229216
13:30
U.S.
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Philadelphia Fed Manufacturing Survey1714.0-4.1
13:30
U.S.
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Durable Goods Orders 1%1.5%1.2%
13:30
U.S.
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Durable Goods Orders ex Transportation -0.2%0.3%0.1%
13:30
U.S.
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Durable goods orders ex defense0.0%0.4%1.8%
14:45
U.S.
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Manufacturing PMI54.954.753.7
14:45
U.S.
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Services PMI54.254.356.2
15:00
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Leading Indicators 0.0%0.1%-0.1%
15:00
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Existing Home Sales 554.94
16:00
U.S.
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Crude Oil Inventories3.6333.083.672
17:50
Canada
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BOC Gov Stephen Poloz Speaks
22:30
Australia
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RBA's Governor Philip Lowe Speaks
23:30
Japan
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National CPI Ex-Fresh Food, y/y0.7%0.8%0.8%
23:30
Japan
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National Consumer Price Index, y/y0.3%0.2%0.2%
07:00
Germany
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GDP (YoY)1.1%0.6%0.6%
07:00
Germany
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GDP (QoQ)-0.2%0%0%
09:00
Germany
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IFO - Current Assessment 104.5103.9103.4
09:00
Germany
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IFO - Expectations 94.394.293.8
09:00
Germany
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IFO - Business Climate99.39998.5
10:00
Eurozone
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Harmonized CPI0%-1.1%-1%
10:00
Eurozone
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Harmonized CPI ex EFAT, Y/Y0.9%1.1%1.1%
10:00
Eurozone
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Harmonized CPI, Y/Y1.5%1.4%1.4%
11:00
United Kingdom
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CBI retail sales volume balance0
13:15
U.S.
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FOMC Member Bostic Speaks
13:30
Canada
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Retail Sales YoY0.5%
13:30
Canada
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Retail Sales, m/m-0.9%-0.3%
13:30
Canada
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Retail Sales ex Autos, m/m-0.6%-0.3%
14:00
Belgium
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Business Climate-1.5-2.3
15:15
U.S.
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FOMC Member Williams Speaks
15:30
Eurozone
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ECB President Mario Draghi Speaks
17:00
U.S.
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FOMC Member Clarida Speaks
18:00
U.S.
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Baker Hughes Oil Rig Count857
18:30
U.S.
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FOMC Member Quarles Speaks
18:30
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FOMC Member Harker Speaks
22:30
U.S.
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FOMC Member Williams Speaks
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