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Coming Up – RBA, RBI, CBI, PMIs, and Non-Farm Payrolls

Stockholm (Ekonamik) – This week will see monetary policy decisions from no less than 10 central banks, including those in Australia, India and Iceland. Datawise, September inflation in the Eurozone will come out on Tuesday, at the same time as Manufacturing PMI figures for most of the economies of the world. Composite PMI figures will follow on Thursday, followed by Non-farm Payrolls from the USA.

 

30/09/2019
MondayBNB interest rate meeting (Bulgaria)
NBKR interest rate meeting (Kyrgyztan)
BoA interest rate meeting (Angola)
BOJ interest rate meeting (Jamaica)
CBDR interest rate meeting (Dominican Republic)
Unemployment rate (€Z, Germany)(September)
CPI inflation (Germany, Italy, Spain) (September)
GDP Growth (Spain, UK)(September)
Caixin Manufacturing PMI (China) (September)
Chicago PMI (USA) (September)
Bond issuance (Latvia)
01/10/2019
Tuesday
RBA interest rate meeting (Australia)
Unemployment rate (Japan) (August)
AIG Manufacturing Index (Australia) (September)
Manufacturing PMI (Australia, Brazil, Canada, €Z, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Mexico, Russia, South Africa, South Korea, Turkey, UK, USA) (September)
HICP Inflation (€Z) (September)
GDP Growth (Canada) (July)
02/10/2019
Wednesday
CBI interest rate meeting (Iceland)
NBP interest rate meeting (Poland)
Unemployment Rate (Spain)
Bond issuance (Germany)
03/10/2019
Thursday
NBR interest rate meeting (Romania)
Composite PMI (Australia, Brazil, €Z, France, Germany, South Africa, UK, USA) (September)
CPI Inflation (Turkey) (September)
Bond issuance (France, Spain)
04/10/2019
Friday
RBI interest rate meeting (India)
Composite PMI (India) (September)
Unemployment Rate (USA) (September)
CPI Inflation (Russia) (September)

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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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