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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.
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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