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The most significant economic events of the week from May 25 to May 31

1. German GDP for the 1st quarter

2. US Consumer Confidence Index

3. US GDP for the 1st quarter

4. Block of macroeconomic statistics from Japan

The situation on financial markets remains difficult. The difficult epidemiological and economic situation in the world is exacerbated by increased tensions between the United States and China. Experts predict an increase in confrontation as the US presidential election approaches. Against this background, many investors are reviewing forecasts for the recovery and development of the global economy for the worse.

Over the coming week, a small amount of important news is planned in the economic calendar. In the EU, the focus will be on preliminary data on the May CPI and a block of important macroeconomic statistics from Germany. In the US, it is worth paying attention to the publication of data on the CB consumer confidence index, a report on durable goods orders, secondary GDP estimates for the 1st quarter and real estate market statistics. Important macroeconomic data from Japan and Canada is also expected.

 Monday, May 25

First-quarter GDP data and indices from IFO institute will be published in Germany

Tuesday May 26

In the USA, the publication of the CB consumer confidence index and the report on new home sales are expected

Wednesday, May 27

Reserve Bank of New Zealand to report on financial stability

ECB will publish a report on financial stability

Thursday, May 28

Report on basic orders for durable goods and data of secondary estimation of GDP for the 1st quarter expected to be published in the USA

Friday May 29

Japan will present data on consumer price index, retail sales and industrial production

Germany will publish data on retail sales

The EU is expected to publish preliminary data on the consumer price index for May

Canada will publish data on GDP for the 1st quarter


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