MILAN – Despite the summer period, it won’t be a narrow-minded week for markets, which are awaiting a slew of key macroeconomic data to test the health of global economies. On Wednesday the 16th it is the turnBritish inflation after showing signs of a slowdown in prices in recent days in all major countries except Spain. On the price front, it’s Friday’s turn too Japanwith most analysts expecting a slowdown to 3.3% to 3.1%.

Over United Stateson the day in August it is the turn of the dates retail salesThermometer for US consumption trends, while industrial production data is expected next day.

On the European side, the date circled in red is Friday, with the total euro area inflation figure reported by Eurostat while two days before it will be the turn of the second reading of the GDP for the quarter.

Central banks take a look at the minutes of the last meeting fed The rise in July inflation, expected on Wednesday, is expected on Wednesday, although the latest inflation data, which rose less than expected, may have already exceeded July speculation as insiders believe it is becoming increasingly likely that a new ceasefire in the Rate hike by the bank in the US will occur in September meetings.

The list of appointments reported by Ansa



TOKYO – 1:45 p.m

Japan: Annualized GDP Q2 BEIJING – 4:00 am

China: Industrial Production and Retail Sales in July BERLIN – 11:00 am

Germany: ZEW August Expectations Survey NEW YORK – 2:30 p.m

Use: Retail sales in July



LONDON – 8am

GBR: July inflation and core inflation BRUSSELS – 11.00

EU: Industrial production in June

BRUSSELS – 11.00 a.m


NEW YORK – 3:15 p.m

Use: industrial production in July

NEW YORK – 8 p.m

US: July Fed meeting minutes



BRUSSELS – 11.00 a.m

EU: June trade balance

NEW YORK – 2:30 p.m

US: New claims for unemployment benefits



BRUSSELS – 11.00 a.m

EU: July inflation