Most important economic events this week 15 to 19 May


On Friday trading the USD has decreased against the other main currencies where the data from the United States about the inflation and retail sales observed that investors lowered their expectation about Increasing the interest prices by the federal reserve.

And the data on Friday observed that retail sales increased less than the last expected month, and the basic inflation has back down and that raises the doubts about if the federal reserve will increase the interest rates twice or more this year.

During the next week, the investors will wait for issued the United States reports about the build remarks, housing starts, industrial production and unemployment requirements to get new indexes about economic strength.

Today Japan will submit a report about the first quarter growth, while the United Kingdom will produce the data about the inflation, employees and retail sales in the middle of increasing the indexes about the UK is out of the Europe united.

The following is a list of the important economic events this week:





Monday 15/May:

New Zealand will publish a data about the retail sales, and China will submit a report about the industrial production and assets investment, Switzerland will publish numbers about inflation in producers prices.

and the United States will issue a report about industry activity in New York zone.





Tuesday 16/May:

The Australian spare bank will publish a report about its last meeting of the monetary policy, and the United Kingdom will submit a report about the inflation at customers prices, and the Eurozone will issue data about the economic growth in the first quarter, and ZU academy will submit a report about the German economic morality.

The United States will issue a report about the build remarks, housing building, and the industrial production.

Wednesday 17/May

:

New Zealand will issue a numbers about inflation input in producers prices, and Australia will issue data about the salaries prices index while the United Kingdom will issue its monthly report on employment, and the Eurozone will issue data about the inflation in customers prices. and Canada will report about industry sales.

Thursday 18/May:

Japan will submit a report about the economic growth in the first quarter while Australia will issue its monthly report about employees, and the United Kingdom will issue numbers about the retail sales, while the United States will publish data about the requirements of the first unemployment and translates industrial activity in Philadelphia zone.





Friday 19/May:

Canada will end the trading this week by publishing reports on inflation and retail sales.