In Australia, the Reserve Bank's position on monetary policy and mortgage and investment loans for home building will be published. In China, consumer and producer price indices will be released.
The UK will present economic growth data for the third quarter of this year, industrial and manufacturing output data. In addition, the UK will publish total commercial investment for the third quarter of this year and the overall trade balance.
In the U.S., producer price indices and consumer confidence indices from the University of Michigan will be released. On the same day, Fed spokesman Randal Kwarles will speak. Baker Hughes will report a change in the number of active rigs last week.