Bank of England in focus

The next trading week of January 11 – 15 sees important data that could impact markets. The highlight of the week will be the Bank of England announcement of its latest monetary policy decision. US, industrial production and retail sales data will also be in focus as will be the Eurozone the trade numbers.

The latest Eurozone Sentix Index is released.
UK regional PMI results are released.
Housing starts figures are meanwhile out in Canada.

In Japan, consumer confidence numbers are released by the Cabinet Office.
The Office for National Statistics publishes industrial output numbers for the UK.
The latest NFIB Business Optimism Index is issued in the US.

China sees the release of trade data.
Eurostat issues latest industrial production numbers for the currency union.
Mortgage applications numbers are issued in the US.

Employment data are issued in Australia by the Australian Bureau of Statistics.
Japan sees the publication of machinery orders figures.
Official GDP data for 2015 are released in Germany.
The Bank of England announces its latest monetary policy decision.
The US sees the release of initial jobless claims numbers.

Australia sees the release of mortgage lending data.
Trade numbers are issued by Eurostat for the Eurozone.
Construction output numbers for the UK are issued by the Office for National Statistics.
The US sees the release of industrial production, retail sales and producer price data, while the latest Reuters/Michigan Consumer Sentiment Index is also published.

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