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Coming Up – Will the ECB Cut?

Stockholm (Ekonamik) – This week will be dominated by central bank meetings and macroeconomic data releases. Monetary policy-wise, Thursday will be the most prolific day of the week, with central banks from the Eurozone, Serbia, Turkey, Peru and Azerbaijan deciding on interest rates.

Expectations are mixed regarding the ECB’s meeting, with Danske bank hoping for a rate cut, while Handelbanken Capital Markets advises investors to “curb their enthusiasm”. The Armenian central bank will meet on Monday, followed by its Polish and Moldovan counterparts on Tuesday and by the Malaysian central bank on Wednesday.

Datawise, inflation data for Argentina, France, Germany, India and the USA will keep markets attention, as will unemployment figures for South Korea and the UK. In commodity markets, analysts will tune in for South Africa’s gold production and OPEC’s monthly report.

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09/09/2019MondayCBA interest rate decision (Armenia)
GDP Growth (Japan)(2019Q2)
GDP Growth (UK)(July)
CPI Inflation (Mexico)
ECB Speech (Hakkarainen)
Bond Issuance (Lithuania)
10/09/2019TuesdayNBP interest rate decision (Poland)
NBM interest rate decision (Moldova)
CPI Inflation (China) (August)
Unemployment Rate (UK)(July)
Bond Issuance (Germany, Netherlands, USA)
11/09/2019WednesdayBNM interest rate decision (Malaysia)
Unemployment Rate (South Korea)(August)
OPEC Monthly Report
Bond Issuance (Germany, Italy, USA)
12/09/2019ThursdayECB interest rate decision (Eurozone)
CBRT interest rate decision (Turkey)
NBS interest rate decision (Serbia)
CBA interest rate decision (Azerbaijan)
BCRP interest rate decision (Peru)
CPI Inflation (Argentina, France, Germany, India, USA)(August)
Industrial Production (€Z)
Gold Production (South Africa) (July)
Bond Issuance (Hungary)
13/09/2019FridayCPI Inflation (Spain) (August)
Loan Growth (China, India) (August)
University of Michigan Economic survey (USA) (September) (Preliminary)
Bond Issuance (Italy)

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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