Japan will see data from imports, exports and the overall trade balance, as well as national and foreign investment in securities. Australia will present labour market data, including unemployment, employment, the share of the workforce in the total population, and the National Australia Bank's Business Confidence Index.
A summit of EU leaders on Brexit will end in the Eurozone. Germany will publish the wholesale price index, and in Switzerland it will publish data on imports, exports and the overall trade balance. The UK will introduce a change in retail sales.
The U.S. will publish the number of initial and repeated applications for unemployment benefits, the index of activity in the manufacturing sector of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia and the index of employment expenses. In addition, The Representative of the Federal Reserve James Bullard will be present in the United States. The Energy Information Administration will unveil changes to natural gas reserves last week.