Europe: Eurozone’s trade balance for January is due for release at 10:00 GMT.
Europe: Germany’s PPI for February kicks off the session at 07:00 GMT, followed by consumer and producer inflation data from the United Kingdom scheduled at 09:30 GMT. Germany and the European Union will also count on ZEW economic sentiment measures for March at 10:00 GMT.
Europe: focus will turn to fresh employment data in the UK. Average earnings, the claimant count and unemployment rate are all set for publishing as of 09:30 GMT. CBI industrial trends orders for March will be out at 11:00 GMT.
United States: market players will be paying attention the release of existing home sales for February at 14:00 GMT and the interest rate decision for March as of 18:00 GMT. Expectations are currently pointing at a 25 basis point interest rate increase to 1.50-1.75 percent.
Europe: Germany’s manufacturing and services PMIs for March are due at 08:30 GMT, followed by business expectations, current assessment and lfo business climate index at 09:00 GMT. The European Union and the United Kingdom will also be releasing activity data at 09:00 GMT and 09:30 GMT respectively. Attention in the UK will be shifted to the monetary policy meeting of the Bank of England, although interest rates are expected to remain in place.
United States: durable goods orders for February will be out at 12:30 GMT. New home sales for February are expected to be published at 14:00 GMT.