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Coming Up – New Zealand, Mexico and Frontier CBs, Composite PMIs and USA GDP

Stockholm (Ekonamik) – Next week will see the meetings of a large number of frontier and emerging market central banks, including Kenya, Paraguay, Nigeria, Morocco,Thailand, Fiji, the Philippines, Egypt, Colombia and Trinidad and Tobago. The most salient central bank meetings will come from Mexico and New Zealand, as well as from the Czech Republic, Thailand and Hungary.

Otherwise, the main data points will come from composite PMIs for advanced western economies and the final reading of USA GDP in the second quarter of 2019.

23/09/2019MondayCBK interest rate decision (Kenya)
CBP interest rate decision (Paraguay)
Composite PMIs (Australia, €Z, France, Germany, USA)
Chicago Fed National Activity Index (USA) (August)
Bond Issuance (Lithuania, Belgium)
24/09/2019TuesdayCBH interest rate decision (Hungary)
CBN interest rate decision (Nigeria)
BoM interest rate decision (Morocco)
Composite PMI (Japan)
Ifo Surveys (Germany) (September)
UN General Assembly
Bond Issuance (Germany, UK, USA)
25/09/2019WednesdayRBNZ interest rate decision (New Zealand)
BoT interest rate decision (Thailand)
CNB interest rate decision (Czech Republic)
Consumer Confidence (France, South Korea)
UN General Assembly
Bond Issuance (Germany, Italy, USA)
26/09/2019ThursdayRBF interest rate decision (Fiji)
Banxico interest rate decision (Mexico)
CBE interest rate decision (Egypt)
GDP Growth (USA) (2019Q2) (Final)
M3 Monetary Supply (€Z) (August)
UN General Assembly
Bond Issuance (Hungary)
27/09/2019FridayCBC interest rate decision (Colombia)
CBTT interest rate decision (Trinidad and Tobago)
Nationwide Housing Prices (UK) (Septemver)
CPI Inflation (France) (September)
Unemployment Rate (Brazil) (August)
Bank Loan Growth (India) (September)
Bond Issuance (Italy, USA)

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Filipe Wallin Albuquerque
Filipe Wallin Albuquerque
Filipe is an economist with 8 years of experience in macroeconomic and financial analysis for the Economist Intelligence Unit, the UN World Institute for Development Economic Research, the Stockholm School of Economics and the School of Oriental and African Studies. Filipe holds a MSc in European Political Economy from the LSE and a MSc in Economics from the University of London, where he currently is a PhD candidate.

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