Europe: The week starts with data on industrial production in Germany for June at 06:00 GMT. Market analysts predict a growth of 0.3%. In the UK, the Halifax house price index will be known at 07:30 GMT.
Asia: Data for Japan’s current trading operations for June will be released at 23:50 GMT.
Asia: The early birds will calculate the extreme data on imports and exports of China, and the trade balance for July will be known. Analysts foreshadow an increase to 46.08 billion dollars.
Europe: Germany’s trade balance for June will be published at 06:00 GMT.
United States: Traders will monitor June job counts from JOLT for employment rate is still a very important indicator to determine the chance of a third rate hike later this year.
Asia: CPI and PPI from China will be known at 01:30 GMT with growth expectations of 0.2, 1.5 and percent, respectively.
United States: Data on the non-agricultural sector and unit labor costs are expected at 12:30 GMT. The US Energy Information Administration will release its report on crude and processed petroleum products at 14:30 GMT.
Asia: Nippon Tertiary Industry Activity Index is expected to be published at 04:30 GMT. China will provide new data on early hours loans
Europe: UK to provide data on industrial production and trade balance for June at 08:30 GMT.
US: The updated PPI for July will become known at 12:30 GMT, with a prediction of growth of 0.1%. The balance of the federal budget will be released at 18:00 GMT. It is expected to show a decline in the deficit of 35 billion, compared with 90 billion last month.
Europe: Germany’s CPI is expected at 06:00 GMT. Market players will closely monitor this report, as he can send a direct signal to the ECB to tighten monetary policy.
US: CPI for July is expected at 12:30 GMT with an increase of 0.1% compared with the previous month. The basic consumer price index is expected to grow by 0.2%.