It is PMI day in European trade
Hello everybody! I hope you are okay with us, because we get it done in the upcoming session. It was a lively start of the morning, with Australian politics collecting the most headlines, making the currency the weakest artist to date.
The upcoming session is a bit more busy, because we have a lot of PMI releases from Europe, so let's start:
0645 GMT – France Trust in business and industry
General measures of sentiment to the French economy. Small data points in the big picture of things.
0715 GMT – Switzerland Q2 industrial production data
0715 GMT – France August provisional production, services, composite PMI
0730 GMT – Germany August provisional production, services, composite PMI
0800 GMT – Eurozone August provisional production, services, composite PMI
1000 GMT – British CBI August retail sales reported sales
The measurement results here are an indicator for short-term trends in the retail and wholesale sector of the British economy. Data at a low level.
1130 GMT – ECB publishes its account for the monetary policy meeting in July