Europe: Germany’s business expectations index, current estimate and business optimism index for September will be published at 08:00 GMT. Market analysts forecast 107.9, 124.6 and 115.9, respectively.


US: The Conference Board will release its consumer confidence index for September at 14:00 GMT with a preliminary forecast of 120.6 points. Data on sales in the primary housing market for August will be released at the same time. Experts expect an increase of 0.7% over the last month to 547 thousand units. Commodity traders will closely monitor crude oil stocks, which, as usual, will be published by the American Petroleum Institute after lunch.


Europe: The UK will begin the day with the publication of data on production investment, current balance and GDP for the second quarter at 08:30 GMT.

US: Data on durable goods orders for August will be published at 12:30 GMT with a forecast of 1.5% growth. Upcoming home sales data is expected at 14:00 GMT. Today, the Energy Information Administration will release its weekly report on raw and processed petroleum products.


Europe: Waking up, traders will find data on Germany’s consumer climate from GfK for October, which will be published at 06:00 GMT, with a forecast of 11.0 points. At 12:00 GMT, Germany will also publish the current CPI with a growth forecast of 0.1%.

US: GDP data for the second quarter will be the main event of the day. Information will be available at 12:30 GMT. Expected to be 3%.

Asia: Data on family expenses, vacancy ratios and resumes and CPI for August will be released in Japan at 23:30 GMT. After 20 minutes, the government will publish information on industrial production and retail sales data for August. Experts expect a decline of 0.5% and an increase of 1.0%, respectively. Friday

Europe: Retail sales in Germany for August will be released at 06:00 GMT. A little later, at 08:00 GMT, the same country will publish information on the unemployment rate for September. Eurozone CPI will be known at 10:00 GMT with a growth forecast of 1.4%.

US: The main index of personal consumption expenditures for August will be known at 12:30 GMT, along with personal spending data, which is predicted to increase by 0.1%. The University of Michigan will release its latest consumer expectations and sentiment data at 14:00 GMT.

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