Weekly reviews

Weekly Outlook: Jan 15 - Jan 19

Monday

 

Europe: trade balance figures for November will be available at 10:00 GMT.

 

United States: markets will be closed to observe Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

 

Tuesday

 

Asia: Japan’s Tertiary Industry Activity Index goes first on the day at 04:30 GMT.

 

Europe: Germany and the United Kingdom will release the latest readings on their consumer price indexes as of 07:00 GMT and 09:30 GMT. The UK producer price index input for December will be out at 09:30 GMT.

 

United States: the NY Empire State manufacturing index for January is up at 13:30 GMT.

 

Wednesday

 

Europe: the bloc’s consumer price index for Dec is scheduled for release at 10:00 GMT, with analysts forecasting a month-over-over increase of 0.4 percent and a yearly 1.4 percent build.

 

United States: industrial production for Dec will be published at 14:15 GMT, with a 0.5 percent advance seen. Federal Reserve’s Beige Book is due for release as of 19:00 GMT. Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland President Loretta Mester will give a speech at 21:30 GMT.

 

Thursday

 

Asia: China kicks off the session with a set of high-impact releases, including fixed asset investment for December, fourth-quarter gross domestic product and the latest industrial production figures. All reports are scheduled at 02:00 GMT. Traders will be able to take a look at Japanese industrial production figures for November at 04:30 GMT.

 

United States: December building permits and housing starts come along with initial jobless claims and the Philadelphia Fed manufacturing index for January at 13:30 GMT. The Energy Information Administration will present its weekly crude inventories report at 16:00 GMT.

 

Friday

 

Europe: Germany’s producer price index for December is up at 07:00 GMT. The UK will present retail sales at 09:30 GMT, with a monthly reduction of 0.6 percent eyed.

 

United States: the University of Michigan will release preliminary readings of their consumer expectations and consumer sentiment indexes for January as of 15:00 GMT. GE’s Baker Hughes is expected to move ahead with the weekly oil rig count at 18:00 GMT.