In Germany, the index of economic expectations, the indicator of the assessment of the current situation and the index of business optimism from the IFO will be published. The UK will present a report from the Financial Policy Committee and a report by the British Confederation of Industrialists on changing the volume of industrial orders.
In the U.S., the index of national activity of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago and the index of business activity in the industrial sphere of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas will be released. In addition, the U.S. will host the placement of short-term government securities.
The Bank of Japan's monetary policy committee will meet in Japan. On the same day, the head of the Bank of Japan Haruhiko Kuroda will speak. In addition, Japan will publish indices of leading and concurring indicators. The monthly report will be presented by the ANJ.
The U.S. will present the Redbook Retail Sales Index, the House Price Index of the S/CaseShiller, and the Richmond Manufacturing Activity Index. The American Petroleum Institute will publish a weekly report on raw materials reserves for the past week.
Imports, exports and the overall trade balance, activity forecast and business optimism index from the Reserve Bank will be released in New york.
The ECB will hold a meeting in the Eurozone, which does not deal directly with monetary policy issues. Switzerland will release the Economic Expectations Index of the Institute of zEW and the quarterly report of the National Bank. A report by the British Confederation of Industrialists on retail volume will be published in the UK.
The FOMC Open Market Committee will meet in the United States, a decision on the interest rate change will be published and a press conference of The Head of the Federal Reserve Jerome Powell will be held. The interest rate is expected to be raised by 0.25 basis points. The Energy Information Administration will report on last week's change in commercial oil inventories.
A meeting of the Reserve Bank will be held in New ealand, a decision on the interest rate will be known, a position on monetary policy and a press conference of the Bank's management will be held. The head of the National Bank Haruhiko Kuroda will speak in Japan.
The Consumer Confidence Index will be published in Germany and nationwide in the UK. In the Eurozone will be released a number of macroeconomic indicators for September, including: the index of sentiment in the economy, the indicator of the business climate, the index of business optimism in the industry, the level of consumer confidence and the indicator of sentiment in the service sector. Andrew Haldane, chief economist at the Bank of England, will speak in the UK. Germany will present inflation data for September, including the basic and main consumer price indices.
The U.S. will publish the number of initial and repeated applications for unemployment benefits, refined GDP growth data for the second quarter of this year, data on orders for durable goods, the volume of unfinished transactions on home sales and the level of industrial activity of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas. In addition, the head of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas Robert Kaplan will speak. The Energy Information Administration will report on the change in natural gas reserves last week. Late in the evening, the head of the Bank of Canada Stephen Poloz will speak.
Data on building permits will be published in New york. Japan will release a large block of macroeconomic news, including the consumer price index, retail sales and industrial production data, unemployment rates and foreign and national investment in securities. China will present the Caixin PMI index in production.
Germany will publish an import price index, a wholesale price index and an unemployment rate, and in the UK it will publish a change in GDP for the second quarter of this year. In Switzerland, the index of leading indicators will be released. The Eurozone will present preliminary inflation data for September, including the basic and main consumer price indices.
In the U.S., personal consumption spending data, personal income and Chicago's PMI will be released. Fed spokesman Thomas Barkin will also speak. Canada will publish the commodity price index and economic growth data for the second quarter of this year. Baker Hughes will publish changes in the number of active drilling rigs in the United States over the past week.