This week, investors will be interested in the escalation of the statements about international trade problems, the start of reporting season for the first quarter in Wall Street, the minutes of the last Fed meeting, as well as the release of the report on the U.S. inflation and China’s trade balance
Monday, April 9. There will be released the reports on the UK House Prices, and the Bank of Canda Business Outlook Survey.
Tuesday, April 10. There will be published National Australia’s Bank’s report on Business Confidence, Canada’s Building Permits, the U.S. Producer Price Index.
Wednesday, April 11. There will be reports on China’s Consumer Prices and Produce Prices. The same day, there will be released the reports on the UK Industrial and Manufacturing Production, as well as the country’s Trade Balance. These are not all the Wednesday’s highlights. The ECB president Mrio Draghi will deliver a speech in Frankfurt, the FOMC will release its last meeting’s minutes.
Thursday, April 12. The Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda will deliver a speech in Tokyo, the ECB will release the minutes of its meeting in March. Besides, there will be released Canada’s New Housing Price Index, the U.S. initial Jobless Claims. The Bank of England Governor Mark Carney will deliver a speech in London on Thursday as well.
Friday, April 13. The report on China’s trade balance will be published. The week will be finished with the release of the U.S. Consumer Sentiment Index.