Stockholm (Ekonamik) – The seventh week of 2019 will be dominated by sovereign debt issuance and the publication of consumer price inflation figures across the world.
The Eurogroup will also meet on Monday to review conditions in Ireland and Portugal and to elect a new member of the ECB Executive Board to succeed Peter Praet. Among monetary policymakers, Riksbanken, the central bank of Sweden, will hold its first meeting and is expected to make no changes to the Swedish policy rate. The week will conclude on Saturday with a general election in Nigeria.
|Monday||11/02/2019||CPI Inflation (Denmark, Latvia) (Jan 2019)|
|Bond Issuance (ESM, France, Lithuania, Romania)|
|Tuesday||12/02/2019||Bond Issuance (Netherlands)|
|CPI Inflation (Hungary, India, Portugal) (Jan 2019)|
|Unemployment Rate (South Africa) (2018 Q4)|
|Wednesday||13/02/2019||Riksbanken Meeting (Swe)|
|Bond Issuance (Germany, Italy, Latvia, Sweden)|
|CPI Inflation (Czech Republic, Netherlands, Romania, UK, USA)|
|Unemployment Rate (South Korea) (Jan 2019)|
|Thursday||14/02/2019||Bond Issuance (Hungary, Ireland, UK)|
|Unemployment Rate (Estonia, France, Sweden) (2018 Q4)|
|CPI Inflation (Argentina, Greece, Ireland, Lithuania)|
|Friday||15/02/2019||Unemployment Rate (Turkey) (2018 Q4)
|CPI Inflation (Bulgaria, China, Germany, Italy, Poland, Slovakia, Spain)
|Saturday||16/02/2019||General Election (Nigeria)|
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Note: A previous version of this article reported the publication of fourth quarter 2018 GDP figures for the USA for Monday February 11. However, this was delayed to February 28, on account of the US government shutdown.