After a week full of central bank’s announcement it’s time to shift down and observe ‘boring’ economic indicators.
Data: courtesy of Investing.com
Monday, Tuesday - Japan And South Africa
Bank of Japan released its monetary policy statement the previous week.
The following Monday is a day free for both Japanese and South Africa’s people.
Wednesday - Great Britain, Germany And The USA
On Wednesday British CPI is released (prev. 5.5%). One and a half an hour later German Manufacturing PMI goes public. After midday (12:30 p.m.) Annual Budget Release is published and followed by the releases of US New Home Sales. At 2:30 p.m. many investors might follow the release of Crude Oil Inventories.
Thursday – Switzerland, Germany And The USA
At 8:30 SNB Interest Rate Decision (Q1) is released. What is not so usual – the current interest rate in Switzerland amounts to… -0.75%. At the same time German Manufacturing PMI is released. Four hours later important news comes from the USA where Core Durable Goods Orders are presented (0.7%).
Friday – Great Britain, Germany And The USA
Friday’s morning might be important for British people as Retail Sales indicator is published. The previously announced value was 1.9%. At 9 a.m. we head to Germany for the last time the following week, because German Ifo Business Climate is released (prev. 98.9). The last important event of the week 21/03-25/03 is the US Pending Home Sales (MoM) released at 2 p.m.
Source: Investing.com Economic Calendar