Monday (September 26): Germany’s IFO Business Prosperity Index in September, the Dallas Federal Reserve’s Business Activity Index in September, the 2022 FOMC Ticketing Commission, Boston Federal Reserve Chairman Collins delivered a speech on the U.S. economy, and Luhansk, Donetsk, Hersson and Zaporizhia held a “referendum to Russia”.
Tuesday (September 27): The monthly rate of durable goods orders in the United States in August, the monthly rate of the FHFA house price index in the United States in July, the annualization of total number of new house sales in the United States in August, the Consumer Confidence Index of the United States Chamber of Commerce in September, President of the Cleveland Federal Reserve, President Master’s speech on U.S. economic and monetary policy, Federal Reserve Chairman Powell attended an expert group meeting on digital currency, and Brad, Chairman of the St. Louis Federal Reserve, delivered a speech on U.S. economic and monetary policy.
Wednesday (September 28): API crude oil inventories from the United States to September 23, Germany’s Gfk consumer confidence index in October, Switzerland’s ZEW investor confidence index in September, the United States’s August sales index, the EIA crude oil inventory from the week from the United States to September 23, the United States to September 23rd EIA strategic oil reserve inventory, the Bank of Japan’s announcement of the minutes of the monetary policy meeting, ECB President Lagarde’s speech on geoeconomic issues in the United States and Europe, and the announcement of the results of the first referendum in the Zaporije region.
Thursday (September 29): The United Kingdom’s central bank mortgage license in August, the eurozone’s September industrial boom index, the eurozone’s September consumer confidence index, the eurozone’s September economic prosperity index, Germany’s September CPI monthly rate, Canada’s July GDP monthly rate, the number of people who asked for unemployment claims until the beginning of September 24, the final value of the real GDP annualized quarter of the United States in the second quarter, the end of the annualized quarter of the core PCE price index of the United States in the second quarter, the United States to September 23, the EIA natural gas inventory, the Chicago Federal Reserve President Evans made a speech on the current economic situation and monetary policy, and Brad, chairman of the St. Louis Federal Reserve Chairman Brad delivered a speech on the U.S.S. economic outlook.
Friday (September 30): Japan’s August unemployment rate, China’s official manufacturing PMI in September, China’s September Caixin Manufacturing PMI, the United Kingdom’s second quarter GDP end rate, the United Kingdom’s September Nationwide House Price Index monthly rate, France’s September CPI monthly rate, Germany’s September quarterly adjustment unemployment rate, the initial value of the eurozone’s September CPI monthly rate, the eurozone’s September CPI rate, the eurozone August unemployment rate, the annual rate of the United States’s August core PCE price index, the United States’s August annual rate of personal expenditure rate, the United States’ August core PCE price index monthly rate, the United States’s August core PCE price index, the United States’s September PMI, and Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Brenard delivered a speech on financial stability.
Source:Global Market Prospects
Post time: Sep-27-2022