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11 June 2020

11 June 2020

Australian MI Inflation Expectations: Thursday, 1:00. This Melbourne Inflation is closely watched, as inflation expectations can translate into actual inflation figures. The April gain of 3.4% was well off the 4.6% clip seen a month earlier. Inflation levels have been soft, and this could be reflected in a smaller gain in May compared to April.Read more about 11 June 2020[…]

09 June 2020

09 June 2020

Eurozone Revised GDP: Tuesday, 9:00. GDP declined by 3.8 percent in Q1, as the eurozone has buckled under the economic meltdown due to Covid-19. The third read is expected to confirm this figure. US Jolts Job Openings: Tuesday, 14:00. After surprisingly strong job numbers last week, investors will be hoping that the job openings indicatorRead more about 09 June 2020[…]

04 June 2020

04 June 2020

ECB Rate Decision: Thursday, 11:45. Policymakers are expected to maintain interest rates at a flat 0.00%. Investors will be keenly interested in the rate statement, given the severe economic conditions gripping the eurozone. US Unemployment Claims: Thursday, 12:30. Unemployment claims have been falling, but the numbers remain staggering. Last week, 2.1 million new claims wereRead more about 04 June 2020[…]

22 May 2020

22 May 2020

Eurozone PMIs: Friday, 7:15 in France, 7:30 in Germany, and 8:00 for the whole eurozone. The services sector has been in free-fall, with sharp contractions reported across the eurozone in April. The German PMI came in at 16.2, the eurozone release was 12.0, and the French reading stood at 10.2. The initial estimates for MayRead more about 22 May 2020[…]

20 May 2020

20 May 2020

UK Inflation Report: Wednesday, 6:00. Consumer inflation continues to fade, falling to 1.5% in March. This was down from 1.5% and was the weakest reading in four months. The core figure dropped from 1.7% to 1.6%. In April, the projection is 0.9% for the headline reading and 1.4% for core CPI. Eurozone Inflation: Wednesday, 9:00.Read more about 20 May 2020[…]

19 May 2020

19 May 2020

RBA Monetary Policy Meeting Minutes: Tuesday, 1:30. The RBA minutes will provide details of the policy meeting earlier this month. At that meeting, policymakers held the cash rate at 0.25 percent, noting the uncertainty over the outlook for the economy. UK Employment Report: Tuesday, 6:00. Despite the mass lockdown due to Corvid-19, the British laborRead more about 19 May 2020[…]

14 May 2020

14 May 2020

U.S. Unemployment Claims: Thursday, 12:30.  Jobless claims are running at over 30 million, as the U.S. labor market is in disarray. The indicator has been slowly falling, but last week’s reading of 3.1 million was brutal. Australian Jobs Report: Thursday, 1:30. Analysts are bracing for disastrous job numbers for April, as the lockdown has leftRead more about 14 May 2020[…]