US jobs data to grab attention next week

Next week will start off a little quietly since many markets will be closed for Easter Monday. The US will release pending home sales and personal income data.

The focus on Tuesday will be on Japanese household spending data, unemployment and retail sales figures.
Out of the US, the S&P/Case-Shiller home price and CB consumer confidence numbers are expected later in the day.

On Wednesday, Japanese industrial output numbers will be published.

Then, Eurozone economic sentiment figures are due along with German preliminary inflation figures for March.
ADP national employment numbers will be eyed out of the US.

On Thursday, new home sales and private sector credit data are published in Australia.
In Japan, construction orders and housing starts figures are issued.

Focus will then turn to Eurozone March inflation. Also important to watch will be retail sales figures out of Germany, which is the Eurozone’s largest economy.

Final fourth quarter GDP numbers will be released in the UK.

In the North American session on Thursday, Canada releases monthly GDP data, while the US issues initial jobless claims.

On Friday, focus will be on manufacturing PMI data.

The AIG Manufacturing Index is released in Australia, while the Bank of Japan’s Tankan business sentiment survey results will be closely watched.

Eurozone unemployment numbers are updated by Eurostat.

The highlight of the week will be the US non-farm payrolls report. Following this, the latest Reuters/Michigan Consumer Sentiment Index will be out.

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