Europe: the United Kingdom is set to release key inflation data in the day. The consumer price index and the producer price index input for August will be out as of 08:30 GMT.
United States: traders will be looking at the JOLTs job openings for July in search for further signals over the labor market strength.
Asia: Japan’s third-quarter BSI large manufacturing conditions will be available at 23:50 GMT.
Europe: Germany’s consumer price index for August is up at 06:00 GMT, with a 0.1 percent build eyed. Later on, UK average earnings index and unemployment rate for July, together with the claimant count change for August will be presented as of 08:30 GMT. EU’s industrial production for July is set for release at 09:00 GMT, with a forecasted 0.2 percent increase.
United States: investors will be focusing on the producer price index for August, seen coming at 0.3 percent. Crude and gasoline stockpiles from the Energy Information Administration will be released at 14:30 GMT. The Federal Budget Balance is due at 18:00 GMT.
Asia: China’s fixed asset investment and industrial production for August are due at 02:00 GMT. Japan’s industrial production for July is set for publishing at 04:30 GMT.
Europe: last month’s UK retail sales will be presented at 08:30 GMT. Midweek will be a key day for Britons and European investors as the Bank of England holds a new monetary policy meeting. The UK monetary authorities will make public their decisions on interest rates and stimulus programs as of 11:00 GMT. BoE Governor Mark Carney is set to speak once the meeting is concluded.
United States: the consumer price index for August is scheduled at 12:30 GMT, with a 0.3 percent build seen. Inflation is currently a hot topic as expectations for a third rate hike continue to plunge and doubts arise over the plan to unwind Fed’s massive balance sheet.
Europe: second-quarter wages in the euro zone are up at 09:00 GMT, along with trade figures.
United States: the New York Empire State Manufacturing Index for September is due at 12:30 GMT, with a forecasted value of 20.50. Retail sales will be out by the same hour. Industrial production is set for 13:15 GMT, while business inventories for July and Michigan University’s consumer expectations and sentiment are up 45 minutes later.