The FOMC meeting will be the central event in the economic calendar of the coming week.
China Industrial Production Report
US Retail Sales Report
News about coronavirus spreading continue to have the strongest impact on the financial market dynamics. The pandemic is forcing the Central Bank and governments to increase stimulus measures, waiting for a slowdown in economic activity. In the coming week the market will publish the first macroeconomic reports for February, which will show how the economic situation in China, where the virus was first discovered, has affected the economies of other countries.
Among the most significant events are the publication of data on industrial production in China, a report on U.S. retail sales, EU inflation data and the FOMC meeting.
Monday, March 16
China Industrial Production Report for February
Tuesday, March 17
The United Kingdom will publish a report on the labour market
ZEW Institute will present indices of economic conditions and sentiment in Germany
The United States will publish a retail report for February
Wednesday, March 18
The EU will report on inflation for February
The United States will publish data on the number of building permits issued
Canada will report on inflation
FOMC will announce an interest rate decision
Thursday, March 19
New Zealand to report GDP data for 4th quarter
Australia will publish a labour market report
Philadelphia Federal Reserve to Present March Productivity Index
Friday, March 20
Canada will report on retail sales
A report on secondary housing market sales will be presented in the USA