Economic Events Of The Coming Week – 10/26/2015

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Monday: October’s IFO survey data will see light in Germany, where analyst somewhat of a deterioration in Business Climate. September’s New Home Sales data will see light in the U.S., where analysts expect a small slide to 550K dwellings, from the very impressive 552K print seen last month.

Tuesday: September M3 Money Supply data will see light for the Eurozone. In the U.K., advance Q3 Gross Domestic Product data will see light. September’s Durable Goods Orders are due to be released in the U.S., where analyst are expecting a continued decline. The Markit Services Purchasing Mangers’ Index is also due to be released in the U.S., as will October’s Consumer Confidence Index. Additionally, Pfizer (PFE) is scheduled to make an earnings release, as are Apple (AAPL) and Twitter (TWTR).

Wednesday: Consumer Confidence data for October will be released in France and Italy, the latter augmented by October Business Confidence data. In the U.S., the weekly MBA Mortgage Applications will see light. The Fed is also due to make a rate announcement, though expectations in the market for a rate hike are quite low, certainly considering the last commentary by the ECB.

Thursday: September Industrial Production data will see light in Japan. In the U.S., the Nationwide House price index will see light. September Retail Sales data will be released for Spain, as will preliminary data on October’s Consumer Price Index. In Germany, labor market data for October will see light. September Mortgage Approvals will see light for the U.K. For the Eurozone, the final Consumer Confidence print for October will see light. In the U.S., the weekly Initial Jobless Claims will also be released, as will advance figures on the third quarter’s Gross Domestic Product for Q3, in the country. Preliminary data on October Consumer Price Index will be released in Germany.

Friday: September Jobless Rate data will be released in Japan, alongside other labor market stats. In Spain, the preliminary third quarter’s GDP figures will see light. Also due are the Eurozone’s Unemployment and Oct CPI estimate. In the U.S., September Personal Income and Spending data will see light, followed by the Chicago Purchasing Mangers’ Index and the final estimate for October’s University of Michigan Consumer Sentiment Index. Exxon Mobil (XOM) will make an earnings release.

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Author: Travis Esquivel

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