Australia will publish aig's construction activity index, while New ealand will publish third-quarter labour market data, including unemployment, changing employment and labour force share in the total population. Japan will present indices of leading and co-matching indicators, as well as changes in the level of wages.
In Germany, industrial production data will be released, and in the UK – the Halifax house price index. The ECB will hold a meeting in the Eurozone, not directly related to monetary policy issues, and retail sales data will also be known.
Canada will present the index of business activity, and the U.S. – the dynamics of consumer lending. The Energy Information Administration will publish changes to commercial oil inventories last week.