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NEW WEEK'S REVIEW 19.08-.25.08

The situation in the world economy and the annual symposium in Jackson Hole will be in the spotlight of financial markets during the week of August 19-25          

  1. Inflation in the Eurozone

  2. Minutes of the FOMC meeting

  3. ECB meeting minutes

  4. Annual symposium at Jackson Hole

Concerns about the prospects for the global economy development continue to put pressure on financial markets. The world's central banks are forced to respond to the negative impact of external factors by easing monetary policies. In this vein, the minutes of the recent ECB and FOMC meetings published this week, as well as the annual symposium in Jackson Hole, which will bring together representatives of leading central banks, finance ministers, leading economists and CEOs of major corporations to discuss the pressing issues of the global economy, will be very important to investors.

Monday, August 19

Consumer price index in the EU for July

Tuesday, August 20th

Minutes of the Monetary Policy Meeting of the Reserve Bank of Australia

Wednesday, August 21

Consumer price index in Canada for July

A report on secondary housing sales and minutes of the last FOMC meeting is expected to be published in the USA

Thursday, August 22nd

ECB to release minutes of the last monetary policy meeting

In the US and EU, preliminary PMI data for the services and manufacturing sectors are expected to be published

The start of the annual symposium at Jackson Hole

Friday, August 23rd

Canada will publish a retail sales report

The United States will report on sales of new housing

Annual symposium will continue in Jackson Hole 

 

 

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