This week we are following the statistics from China and retail sales data in the U.S.
Inflation data for the EU, UK, Canada and New Zealand
U.S. Retail Sales Report
Australian and UK labour market reports
Large block of important economic statistics from China
Last week, geopolitical news had the strongest influence on the dynamics of the market movement, as there was no important news in the economic calendar.
In the next five days we will have a rather large block of important macroeconomic statistics, which may have a serious impact on the dynamics of trading in major financial instruments. The main highlight is a large block of statistics from China and Australia, as well as the publication of important data on inflation in the Eurozone and the report on retail sales in the U.S.
Monday, October 14
In Canada and Japan, national holidays
China will publish trade balance data
Tuesday, October 15
Reserve Bank of Australia to publish the minutes of the last monetary policy meeting
China to release inflation data
The UK will publish a report on the labour market
ZEW Institute will present indices on economic sentiment and conditions in Germany
Wednesday, October 16
Inflation data will be published in the EU, UK, Canada and New Zealand
Retail sales report and weekly oil reserves data will be released in the USA
Thursday, October 17
Australia to publish labour market report
UK retail report to be published
The U.S. will publish a report on the construction sector and indices from the Philadelphia Federal Reserve
Friday, October 18
China will present a large block of economic statistics, including data on GDP for the 3rd quarter, industrial production for September and labor market data. There will also be a press conference of the National Bureau of Statistics.