Asia: Retail sales data for September in Japan are expected at 23:50 GMT (Sunday), with a 2.6% growth forecast.
Europe: Retail sales in Germany for September are expected to be published at 07:00 GMT, with a 0.6% growth forecast. At 13:00 GMT, the first European economy will publish the CPI for October with an expectation of growth of 0.1% compared with the previous month.
US: The focus will be on US inflation data. The main index of personal consumption expenditures for September is expected to be published at 12:30 GMT. Analysts expect growth of 0.2%. Data on personal expenses of the population will be available at the same time with a forecast of growth of 0.7%.
Asia: Household expenditures in Japan, along with the ratio of vacancies and resumes, will be published at 23:30 GMT (Monday). After 20 minutes, investors will receive the latest data on industrial production. China will publish production and non-production indices for October at 01:00 GMT.
Europe: German stock markets will be closed due to the celebration of Reformation Day. Eurozone CPI for October and data on unemployment for September will be published at 10:00 GMT.
US: The unemployment spending index is expected to be published at 12:30 GMT. After half an hour, market players will have access to the latest data on the S & P / Case-Shiller housing price index, which measures the difference in the prices of single-family housing in the twenty metropolitan areas. The Conference Board will present its consumer confidence indicator for October at 14:00 GMT.
Asia: China’s manufacturing PMI for October from Caixin will be published at 01:45 GMT with an expectation of 51.5 points.
Europe: UK’s national house price index for October is expected to be published at 07:00 GMT. Later, Markit will introduce production PMI for October at 09:30 GMT.
US: Changes in employment in the non-agricultural sector in October will be published at 12:15 GMT with analysts’ forecast of job growth of 225,000. The Institute for Supply Management will publish its own manufacturing PMI for October at 14:00 GMT, and Markit – its own at 14:45 GMT. However, all attention will be focused on the Fed meeting on monetary policy. The rate decision will be announced at 18:00 GMT. No changes are expected.
Europe: Germany’s manufacturing PMI for October will be published at 08:55 GMT, and the latest unemployment figures at 09:00 GMT. Eurozone Production PMI is expected to be published at 09:00 GMT. After these publications, attention will shift to the UK, where the Bank of England will meet for a meeting on monetary policy, which is expected to raise interest rates by 25 basis points to a level of 0.50%. The decision will be announced at 12:00 GMT.
US: Non-farm productivity data for the third quarter, along with specific labor costs, will be published at 12:30 GMT, with growth forecasts of 2.0% and 0.4%, respectively.
Asia: China’s PMI in Caixin for October will be published at 01:45 GMT. Japanese markets will be closed for holidays.
Europe: The UK services PMI for October will be published at 09:30 GMT.
US: All attention will be focused on data on October wages and average hourly earnings, which are expected at 12:30 GMT. Economists forecast an increase in the number of jobs by 295,000 over the past month and the absence of changes in the current unemployment rate (4.2%). It is expected that wages will rise by 0.3%. The trade balance data will also be published at 12:30 GMT, with a deficit forecast of $ 43.4 million. The non-production PMI from ISM and PMI in the service sector from Markit are expected in October at 14:00 and 14:45 GMT, respectively.