weekly events

?Monday: Preliminary July Industrial Production data will see light in Japan. Augusts’ preliminary Consumer Price Index estimate is also due for the Eurozone – analysts see annual rate of Euro inflation decrease further, to a mere 0.1% YoY. Italy’s Consumer Price Index print will also see light, as will August’s Chicago Purchasing Managers’ Index.

Tuesday: Q2 Capital Spending data will see light in Japan. In china, August’s Manufacturing Purchasing Managers’ Index will be particularly interesting to follow, as it hovers around the pivotal 50 point mark. Unofficial final August PMI estimates, such as the Nikkei one in Japan and the Caixin one in China are also scheduled to see light, as will other Markit PMIs, globally. In Germany, August’s Unemployment Change data will see light. In the U.K., July’s Mortgage Approvals data will see light. In the U.S., July’s Construction Spending data will be released, followed by the ISM Manufacturing PMI.

Wednesday: August Unemployment data will be released in Spain. In the U.S., the weekly MBA Mortgage Applications will make a debut, as will the ADP’s Employment Change and July’s Factory Orders.

Thursday: The European Central Bank is scheduled to make a rate announcement. In the U.S., the weekly Initial Jobless Claims datum will see light, followed by July’s Trade Balance data.

Friday: August’s Consumer Confidence data will be released in France, and July’s Factory Order’s data will be released in Germany. In the U.S., August’s Non-farm Payrolls will see light, and probably gather huge amounts of interest due to its potentially pivotal impact of U.S. monetary policy. August’s U.S. Unemployment data will also see light.

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