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NEW WEEK'S REVIEW

Next  week, the market will watch the international trade news and economic data from the US and China.

1. Reserve Bank of New Zealand meeting

2. A large block of economic statistics from China and the UK

3. Speech by Fed Chairman Jerome Powell

4. US Inflation and Retail Sales Report

Last week, the economic calendar had quite a few important news. The main driver of the market movement was the news of geopolitics. Investors are closely following the trade negotiations between the United States and China. Most likely, news in the field of international trade will retain their priority influence on the market in the coming week. But, in the next five days, there will also be significant enough events in the economic calendar that can affect trading.

Here you can highlight a large block of economic statistics from the UK and China, a meeting of the Reserve Bank of New Zealand, a speech by Fed Chairman Jerome Powell and the publication of reports on inflation and retail sales in the United States.

Monday, November 11th

The UK publishes a large block of economic statistics: preliminary GDP data for the 3rd quarter, industrial output, manufacturing output, trade balance report

Tuesday November 12th

UK will publish labor market data

ZEW Institute Indexes Pending In Germany

Wednesday, November 13

Reserve Bank of New Zealand will announce the decision on the interest rate

UK will publish inflation report

United States is expected to publish data on the consumer price index and a speech by Fed Chairman Jerome Powell.

Thursday, November 14th

Japan will publish preliminary data on GDP growth for the 3rd quarter

Australia will publish a report on the labor market

China will publish a large block of statistics: data on the labor market, industrial production and investment in fixed assets

Germany will publish preliminary data on GDP growth for the 3rd quarter

UK publishes retail sales report

In the United States will be published producer price index

Friday November 15th

Europe expected to publish inflation report

United States Presents Retail Sales Report

 

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