MaxiMarkets has prepared the latest economic statistics of the current week (23.09 – 27.09) especially for readers of the portal Finversia.ru. Let's take a closer look at what to expect from each day: Monday Australia will present a PMI rating in the services and manufacturing sectors. The Eurozone, in particular France and Germany, will publish business indicators in the manufacturing sector. The German Bundesbank will make a presentation of the report. The U.S. is ready to provide the National Activity Index of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, the PMI Markit of the sphere of production and indicators of business activity of the service sector. The report of the head of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York John Williams is also expected. Tuesday Japan will publish indices of leading and concurring indicators. Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda and Reserve Bank of Australia Governor are expected to speak. The German state will present an index of business optimism, an indicator of the current situation and an indicator of economic expectations from the IFO. Britain, in turn, prepares reports on public sector net borrowing and data from the British Confederation of Industrial Companies on changes in industrial orders. The U.S. is preparing to present the retail sales index from Redbook, the housing price index from the Sp/CaseShiller, as well as the index of business activity of the Richmond Federal Reserve Bank and the level of customer confidence. A presentation on raw materials reserves is expected from the American Petroleum Institute. Wednesday The data of imports and exports, as well as the overall trade balance, will be discussed by New zealand. The Reserve Bank, as a result of the meeting, will announce the verdict on the interest rate, which will be accompanied by a statement. Japan will hold a meeting of the Monetary Policy Committee, and the Commissioner of the Bank of Japan Masai will deliver a speech. The Swiss Institute of the European Institute will publish an index of economic expectations, the National Bank will provide a report on the results of the quarter. A retail report is to be expected from the British Confederation of Industrialists. The U.S. will publish fresh data on real estate prices. The rating of changes in commercial oil reserves in the United States will come from the Energy Information Administration. Thursday Sweden will present its producer price index. The Gfk Consumer Confidence Index will be published on the German side. The United States, in turn, is preparing a report on the number of primary and secondary applications for unemployment benefits and an estimate of economic growth for the second quarter of this year. In addition, the price index of personal consumption costs, information about failed transactions in the housing market and the level of activity in the industrial sector of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas will be ready. A presentation on changes in natural gas reserves in the United States from the Energy Information Administration is expected. Friday Japan will provide the consumer price index and the foreign and national investment report. Britain is preparing a housing price index from Nationwide. France, in turn, will publish the consumer price index. Switzerland will show the KOF index of leading indicators. Michael Saunders of the Bank of England's board of directors will prepare a report. The EU presents the index of business optimism in the industrial sector, the level of consumer confidence, the indicator of the mood of the service sector, the mood in the economic sphere, as well as the indicator of the business climate. The U.S. will provide the public with data on the costs of personal consumption, demand for durable goods. The University of Michigan will present a consumer confidence index. Baker Hughes prepares data on the number of active drilling rigs in the United States.