Analysts at Rabobank lists down the key economic events and data releases for the week ahead.
“Today we get US factory orders and durable goods.”
“Tuesday it’s Aussie trade and retail sales, then the RBA meeting, and then the Fed’s Mester on the economy, Eurozone services PMIs, and the US services ISM. We also get US President Trump’s State of the Union address.”
“Wednesday it’s a speech by the RBA governor, German factory orders, US productivity, labour costs, and goods balance, then a speech by the Fed’s Powell.”
“Thursday has Kiwi unemployment and labour costs, Eurozone industrial production, and the BOE meeting and Quarterly Inflation Report; and Friday has the RBA’s monetary policy statement, and Canadian labour data.”
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