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Genevieve Signoret

Macro Views

Events in red are those most likely to shake markets.

Tuesday 14

  • Global: IEA monthly oil market report (Sep). Oil prices are low. Very low. Some folks say it’s because of China demand, other others say it’s because of supply. We can’t figure out why OPEC isn’t cutting supply.
  • India: Wholesale prices (Sep).
  • Euro Area: Industrial production (Aug). Consensus: –0.9% year on year (from 2.2% in Jul).
  • UK: Consumer prices (Sep).

Wednesday 15

  • Global: Commodities prices (Sep).
  • China: Consumer prices (Sep).
  • Korea: Unemployment rate (Sep).
  • Turkey: Unemployment rate (Jul).
  • UK: Unemployment rate (Aug).
  • USA: Retail sales (Sep), Beige Book, business inventories (Aug). Consensus: –0.1% (from 0.6% in Aug).

Thursday 16

  • Euro Area: Consumer prices (Sep, final), foreign trade (Aug).
  • USA:Unemployment claims (Oct 11), industrial production (Sep), capacity utilization (Sep). Fed Speeches: Plosser and Kocherlakota. In August, industrial production declined for the first time in seven months as car production slumped 7.6% m/m. We want to be sure that last month’s number was only a brief stumble. Consensus: industrial production: 0.4% month on month (from –0.1% in Aug); capacity utilization: 79.0% (from 78.8% in Aug).

Friday 17

  • USA: U. Michigan consumer confidence and inflation expectations (Oct, preliminary), Fed Speech: Yellen.
  • Mexico: Unemployment rate (Sep).
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