Manufacturing PMI in focus, as well as GDP out of UK and US

The focus next week will be on first quarter GDP results for the UK and the US. Also, Eurozone inflation and unemployment numbers will be released. From Japan, industrial production and retail sales data will be important to watch as well.

But before the start of the new trading week, elections in Spain, held on Sunday, will attract market attention.

Monday 27 June
In New Zealand trade balance numbers are published.

Trade numbers are also out of the US, while Markit’s flash Services PMI results are also important.

Tuesday 28 June
On Tuesday the focus will be on the US which releases a string of data on final first quarter GDP, consumer confidence data and the latest S&P/Case-Shiller Home Price Index.

Wednesday 29 June
Japan releases retail sales figures.

Eurozone consumer confidence and business climate figures are updated.

Thursday 30 June
Japan sees the release of industrial production, housing starts and construction orders numbers.

Eurozone flash inflation data are due.

Final first quarter GDP figures are out in the UK.

Monthly GDP numbers are released in Canada alongside producer price data.

Initial jobless claims figures are issued in the US.

Friday 1 July
In Japan, household spending, consumer price, consumer confidence and unemployment data are issued.

Manufacturing PMI numbers are out for many countries, with particular focused being paid to China, Japan, UK, Eurozone and US.

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