Markets: Key economic events and indicators for the week – Deutsche Bank

Deutsche Bank analysts point out the key economic indicators and events from across the globe which are likely to have maximum impact on markets in this week.

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Data: Japan preliminary September Manufacturing, Services and Composite PMI; France September manufacturing confidence, business confidence; Germany September Ifo business climate index; UK August public sector net borrowing; US July FHFA house price index, July S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller house price index; September Richmond Fed manufacturing index; September Conference Board consumer confidence.

Central Banks: BoJ's Kuroda, ECB's Villeroy speak.

Politics: General Debate of the United Nations General Assembly begins.”


Data: Japan August services PPI; Germany October GfK consumer confidence; France September consumer confidence; US weekly MBA mortgage applications, August new home sales

Central Banks: BoJ minutes of July meeting; BoJ's Masai, ECB's Coeure, Fed's Evans and George speak.”


Data: Japan final August machine tool orders; Euro Area August M3 money supply; US third estimate Q2 GDP, personal consumption, core PCE, preliminary August wholesale inventories, weekly initial jobless claims, August pending home sales, September Kansas City Fed manufacturing activity

Central Banks: Bank of Mexico decision; ECB publishes Economic Bulletin; Fed's Kaplan, Bullard, Clarida, Daly, Kashkari and Barkin, ECB's Draghi, BoE's Carney and Cunliffe speak.”


Data: UK September GfK consumer confidence; Japan September Tokyo CPI; China August industrial profits; France August PPI, consumer spending, preliminary September CPI; Italy September consumer confidence, manufacturing confidence, economic sentiment, August PPI; Euro Area September economic confidence, business climate indicator, industrial confidence, services confidence, final September consumer confidence; US August personal income, personal spending, preliminary August durable goods orders, final September University of Michigan sentiment

Central Banks: BoE's Saunders, ECB's Guindos, Knot, Hernandez De Cos, Fed's Quarles and Harker speak.”


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