Over the next week, inflation readings will be more significant for international financial markets, as the US, the UK, the euro zone and Canada will issue consumer price index data.
Investors will also focus on the central banking communication conference, hosted by the European Central Bank, as the discussion panel will be membered by Senior Chairmen of European, US, British and Japanese Central Banks.
The following are the main events on the economic agenda this week
Monday, November 13
It is planned that the Federal Reserve Bank Chairman in Philadelphia, Patrick Harker, will have a word at an event in Tokyo.
Bank of Japan Governor, Haruhiko Kuroda, will also give notes on monetary policy during an event in Zurich.
Tuesday, November 14
Australia will publish data on the Business Confidence Index.
China will publish reports on industrial production, fixed asset investment and retail sales.
Germany will also release preliminary data on economic growth for the third quarter. At the same time, the ZEW Institute will release data on German economic sentiment.
Federal Reserve Bank Chairperson, Janet Yellen, ECB President, Mario Draghi, and Bank of England Governor, Mark Carney, will also speak at an event hosted by the European Central Bank in Frankfurt.
The UK will also release data on inflation.
The Eurozone will also release preliminary data on growth in the third quarter.
The United States will publish data on producer prices.
Wednesday, November 15
Japan will publish preliminary data on growth in the third quarter.
Chicago Federal Reverse Bank Chairman is scheduled to speak at Chicago Charles Evans, in London.
The UK will also publish its latest employment report.
The United States will publish data on inflation and retail sales with a report on Transformative Industries activity in the New York area.
Thursday, November 16
Australia will release its latest report on jobs.
The UK will issue a report on retail sales.
The Eurozone will release revised inflation data.
Canada will report on manufacturing sales and foreign securities purchases.
It is expected that the United States will issue reports on unemployment claims, industrial production, import prices and manufacturing activity in the Philadelphia area.
It is also expected that the Bank of England Governor, Mark Carney, will have a talk at an event in Liverpool.
Friday, November 17
European Central Bank President, Mario Draghi, is scheduled to have a talk in Frankfurt.
Canada will publish a report on inflation
The United States will also close the week by publishing data on building permits and housing buildings.