The index of business activity in the manufacturing sector will be released in New zealand, and in Australia – the forecast of financial stability and the data of investment loans for construction and mortgages. China will see imports, exports and the overall trade balance, as well as foreign direct investment. Japan will present an index of activity in the service sector.
In Germany, the consumer price index will be released, and in the Eurozone – data of industrial production.
The U.S. will publish an import and export price index, the University of Michigan Consumer Confidence Index and a monthly budget report. Fed representatives Charles Evans and Rafael Bostic will make statements. Baker Hughes will present a traditional report on the change in the number of active drilling rigs last week in the United States.