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Some important events mark the economic data for the week ahead. This comes amid a slow calendar week last week.

The Fed will be releasing its meeting minutes this week. A busy schedule for the USD will also see the retail sales, the Empire State Manufacturing index and housing data that cover both building permits and housing starts.

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New Zealand will be reporting on its quarterly inflation. Economists forecast consumer prices to jump 0.7%on the month. This marks a steady pace of increase and is expected to push the annual inflation rate by 1.7%, up from 1.5% in the second quarter.

Data from the Eurozone will see the German inflation figures coming out. Germany’s monthly inflation rate is expected to rise 0.4%. Forward-looking indicators will cover the economic sentiment that could give a glimpse into the future economic activity.

The Eurozone’s inflation report will also be coming out. Data suggests that consumer prices in the Eurozone advanced 0.5% on the month. However, on a yearly...


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