The UK will publish the Rightmove house price index. The Eurozone will release updated inflation data, including the basic and basic consumer price indices. Germany will publish the monthly report of the Bundesbank.
Canada will introduce national and foreign investment in securities. The U.S. will publish an index of business activity in the manufacturing sector of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
Minutes of the Reserve Bank meeting and the house price index will be released in Australia.
The UK will present the DCLG house price index and Sweden will provide an unemployment rate.
In the U.S. will be released the index of retail sales Redbook, data of purchases of U.S. securities by foreign investors. The American Petroleum Institute will unveil changes in oil inventories over the past week.
The balance-of-payments data and Westpac consumer sentiment survey will be released in the third quarter of this year. Japan will present import and export data and an adjusted trade balance. In addition, Japan will hold a meeting of the National Bank, publish a decision on the interest rate and a position on monetary policy, as well as a press conference of the head of the Bank. Deputy head of the Reserve Bank Christopher Kent will speak in Australia.
Switzerland will publish the economic forecast from SECO, and in the Eurozone – the balance of the current account and the volume of production in the construction sector. In the evening, the head of the European Central Bank Mario Draghi will speak. The UK will release a large block of inflation data for August, including the basic and basic consumer price indices, the producer price index and the retail price index.
The U.S. will present the current account balance, as well as changes in the number of building permits and data on the construction of homes. The Energy Information Administration will publish changes in commercial oil inventories over the past week.
Economic growth data for the second quarter of this year will be released in New ealand. Australia will publish the Westpac Index of Leading Indicators and the Reserve Bank Bulletin.
A summit of EU leaders will begin in Europe. Switzerland will present import, export data and the overall trade balance. In addition, Switzerland will host a meeting of the National Bank, will become known the decision on the interest rate and the statement of the regulator on monetary policy. In the UK, retail sales data will be released and ten-year bonds will be placed, and in the Eurozone – the level of consumer confidence.
Canada will release an ADP employment report and a quarterly report from the National Bank. The U.S. will publish the number of initial and repeated applications for unemployment benefits, the Philadelphia manufacturing activity index and sales data in the secondary housing market. The Energy Information Administration will report on the change in natural gas reserves last week.
Japan will publish consumer price and activity indices in all sectors of the economy, as well as data on national and foreign securities investments.
In France, Germany and the Eurozone will publish indices of business activity in the manufacturing and services sectors. The UK will present public sector net loans and a quarterly report from the Bank of England.
In Canada, the main and basic consumer price indices, retail sales data will be released. The U.S. will publish an index of business activity in the service sector and in the manufacturing sector. Baker Hughes will introduce changes in the number of active rigs last week.