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Japanese IP rebounds in June

Emily Nicol
  • Japan's employment and retail sales jump in June.
  • Euro area GDP set to confirm recovery in Q2.
  • Aussie private sector credit rises 0.9%M/M in June.

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Fed leaves policy settings and economic view unchanged

Emily Nicol
  • EC sentiment indicators, flash German and Spanish inflation and ECB account from strategic policy review meeting due for release.
  • UK car production was the second-worst outturn in June since 1953.
  • Kiwi business activity expectation soften a little in June.

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Consumer confidence flat in Germany and softer in France

Chris Scicluna
Emily Nicol
  • UK house prices fall back following strong gains; intense competition drives shop prices lower despite pressures further up the supply chain.
  • All eyes on the Fed today; that said, policy settings and the Fed’s economic outlook are unlikely to have changed.
  • Australia’s headline CPI increases 0.8%Q/Q in Q2.

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Japan’s services PPI inflation nudges down

Emily Nicol
  • China’s industrial profit growth slows to 20.0%Y/Y in June as favourable base effects peter out.
  • Money and credit aggregates for June the main focus in the euro area today.
  • Australia’s consumer confidence hits an 8-month low amidst the virus outbreak.

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Japan’s services PMI falls to 5-month low, as restrictions weigh

Chris Scicluna
  • BoJ’s trimmed mean CPI rises 0.1%Y/Y in June; nationwide department store sales rebound in June but still down 1.6%Y/Y.
  • Most attention in Japan will be on Friday’s June activity reports, including IP, household employment, retail sales and housing starts.
  • A busy week for euro area data to follow, culminating in flash Q2 GDP and July inflation on Friday, with account of ECB’s meeting on the strategic review due Thursday.
  • In the US, QE rhetoric will be the focus come Wednesday’s FOMC meeting; attention will then turn to Thursday’s (likely strong) Q2 GDP reading.

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