We can expect to get the Germany’s Ifo business climate, current conditions and expectations indicators (European session). After that, on Tuesday, we get the US consumer confidence and on Wednesday, we can expect to get the US GDP growth rate, France’s GDP growth rate and Canada’s current account balance (All for Q2).
After that, we can expect to see Germany’s unemployment data and HICP rate and Canada’s GDP growth rate (on Thursday). And finally, on the last day of the week – Friday, we expect to get Japan’s unemployment rate, China’s Mfg PMI, France’s CPI, Euro-zone’s inflation data and Euro-zone’s Unemployment rate.
Monday – we get Germany’s PPI rate (European morning).
Thuesday – no main headlines
Wednesday – we get Canada’s Retail Sales growth data and the US existing Home Sales figure.
Thursday – we get Japan’s Nikkei Manufacturing PMI, France’s, Germany’s and Euro-zone’s PMI’s, the US New Home Sales figure and Euro-zone’s Consumer Confidence.
Friday – we get New Zealand’s Trade Balance figure, Japan’s CPI rates and Germany’s GDP growth rate.
In the European session we get Germany’s Industrial orders growth rate for June as well as UK’s Halifax House prices for July.
On Wednesday, China’s Trade Balance figure for July is due out, while on Thursday, during the Asian session RBNZ’s interest rate decision will be announced.
On a busy Friday, we get Japan’s and UK’s GDP growth rate for Q2, Canada’s employment data for July and the US inflation rates for July.