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Coming Up – BoK Meeting and a Flood of Chinese Data

Stockholm (Ekonamik) – Next week will only witness only one monetary policy meeting, from South Korea. As a result, the most important events will take place on the data side, particularly in China, which will publish figures on balance of trade, money inflation, and GDP.

Russia will also report GDP growth, as well as unemployment data. Higher frequency variables, such as the Zew Surveys for Germany and the Eurozone and industrial production data for the USA will also be published.

Politically, the European Council is scheduled to meet to discuss the Brexit. The World Bank and the IMF will also have their annual meetings.

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14/10/2019MondayBalance of Trade (China) (September)
Money Supply (China) (September)
CPI and WPI Inflation Rate (India) (September)
Industrial Production (€Z) (August)
Bond Issuance (Lithuania, Romania)
15/10/2019TuesdayCPI Inflation Rate (China, France) (September)
Unemployment Rate (Turkey, UK) (July, August)
Zew Economic Sentiment Survey (€Z, Germany) (October)
NY Empire State Manufacturing Index (USA) (October)
Bond Issuance (UK, Germany)
WednesdayBoK Interest Rate Decision (South Korea)
Unemployment Rate (South Korea) (September)
CPI Inflation Rate (Argentina, Canada, €Z, Italy, UK) (September)
Bond Issuance (Sweden, Czech Republic)
17/10/2019ThursdayUnemployment Rate (Australia, Russia) (September)
Industrial Production (USA) (September)
European Council Meeting
Bond Issuance (Hungary, Romania)
18/10/2019FridayGDP Growth (China) (2019Q3)
GDP Growth (Russia) (September)
CPI Inflation (Japan) (September)
Current Account Balance (€Z) (August)
Bond Issuance (Italy)
European Council Meeting
IMF and WB Annual Meetings

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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