Key events next week: the unemployment rate in Britain, consumer price index Britain, Canada and Japan, FOMC minutes, PMIS in the Eurozone, Britain and the United States

On Monday released the minimum amount of data. At 04:30 GMT Japan will publish the index of activity in the services sector for March. Also in the Monday meeting of the Eurogroup. At 10:00 GMT Germany will release ZEW economic sentiment. At 14:00 GMT United States will present the index of the state of the housing market from the NAHB for may. At 22:45 GMT New Zealand will release the producer price index for the 1st quarter.

On Tuesday will be a very informative day of the week. At 01:30 GMT Australia will release the minutes of the meeting of the RBA on monetary policy. At 04:30 GMT Japan will report the change in the volume of industrial production for March. At 06:00 GMT Britain will report on the change in the number of people claiming unemployment benefits in April, and the unemployment rate and average earnings for March. At 09:00 GMT Germany and the Eurozone will publish the index of sentiment in the business environment from Institute ZEW for may. Also Tuesday will be a meeting of Ministers of economy and Finance (ECOFIN). At 12:30 GMT USA will report about the change of issued building permits and number of housing starts for April. At 14:00 GMT will be the speech of fed Chairman Powell. At 22:45 GMT New Zealand will report the change in the price of food in April. At 23:50 GMT Japan will announce the change of volume of orders for machinery and equipment for March.

Wednesday will be a considerable amount of data. At 00:30 GMT Australia will release the index of leading economic indicators from MI in April. At 06:00 GMT Britain will publish consumer price index, retail price index, the index of production and index of producer prices for April. At 08:00 GMT the Euro zone will report the change in the balance of payments for March. At 09:00 GMT Eurozone will present the consumer price index for April. At 12:30 GMT Canada will release the consumer price index for April and will report on the change in the volume of wholesale trade for March. At 14:00 GMT Eurozone will release the consumer confidence for may. At 14:30 GMT the U.S. will report on changes in stocks of oil according to the energy Ministry. At 18:00 GMT the U.S. will be published the Protocol of the fed meeting. At 23:50 GMT Japan will report the change in balance of foreign trade balance for April.

Thursday is scheduled to be published a moderate amount of data. Initially, the focus will be the index of business activity in the services sector and the index of business activity in manufacturing PMI for may: 00:30 GMT Japan will report, and at 08:30 GMT — Britain. At 10:00 GMT Britain will release CBI industrial orders balance in the Confederation of British industry in may. At 12:30 GMT Canada will publish the index of prices for new homes in April. Also at 12:30 GMT United States will present manufacturing index of Philadelphia in may and will declare the change in the number of initial claims for unemployment benefits. At 13:45 GMT the U.S. will index of business activity in the manufacturing sector and consumer services in may. At 14:00 GMT the U.S. will report the volume of housing sales in the secondary market in April and will publish an index of leading indicators for April. At 18:30 GMT will be a performance from fed Chairman Powell. At 22:45 GMT New Zealand will report on the change of volume of retail trade in the 1st quarter. At 23:30 GMT Japan will present the consumer price index for April.

On Friday there will be a small amount of data. At 06:00 GMT Britain will claim the change of the net borrowings of the public sector and in retail sales for April. Then the focus will be the index of business activity in the services sector and the index of business activity in manufacturing PMI for may: 07:15 GMT will report France, 07:30 GMT — Germany and at 08:00 GMT — the Euro zone. At 12:30 GMT Canada will report on the change of volume of retail sales for March. At 17:00 GMT USA will publish the report of Baker Hughes on the number of active drilling rigs in oil production.

Information-analytical Department TeleTrade

Source: teletrade.ru

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