In this week ; investors interested in Federal Reserve meeting on Wednesday , expected the US bank will increase interest rate this time.
Markets will also monitor central bank meetings in the UK, Japan, and Switzerland.
The following are the main events on the economic calendar this week:
Monday June 12
Financial markets in Australia will be closed for a holiday.
Tuesday 13 June
Australia will publish private sector data on business confidence.
The UK will publish its monthly inflation report.
The ZEW Institute will also present a report on German economic sentiment.
The US will release producer price inflation data.
Wednesday June 14
China will publish data on industrial production and fixed asset investment.
The UK will also publish its monthly employment report.
The United States will release retail and inflation reports.
The Fed is due to announce its latest interest rate decision and release its latest forecast for economic growth and interest rates, known as the “point plan”. Federal Reserve Chairman Janet Yellin will hold a press conference following the interest rate announcement.
Thursday 15 June
New Zealand will release quarterly data on GDP.
Australia will also publish its monthly employment report.
The Swiss National Bank will announce the interest rate and publish the latest monetary policy assessment.
The UK will issue retail sales figures.
The Bank of England will announce its benchmark interest rate and publish a summary of its meeting, which sets out the economic conditions and factors influencing its policy decision.
Canada will publish data on manufacturing sales.
The United States is due to issue a series of reports, including jobless claims, industrial production, import prices and manufacturing activity in New York and Philadelphia.
Friday 16 June
New Zealand will publish data on manufacturing activity.
The Bank of Japan will announce its benchmark interest rate and publish its policy statement.
The eurozone will release revised inflation data.
The United States is due to finish trading this week with data on building permits, housing starts, and consumer sentiment.