Below is the list of the most prominent events on the week 35:
On Tuesday, at 8:00 German IFO Business Climate indicator will show us business sentiments in Germany.
At 22:45 information about Trade Balance from New Zealand will be released.
On Wednesday, at 12:30 monthly change in the total value of new purchase orders (Core Durable Goods Orders) will be announced.
On Thursday, at 12:30 information about US GDP data and US Unemployment Claims will arrive from Bureau of Economic Analysis and Department of Labor accordingly.
On Friday, at 8:30 we will know quarterly Second Estimate of GDP from Great Britain.
At 12:30 Goods Trade Balance from US will be reported.
On Saturday, at 2:25 BOE Governor Mark Carney will give his vision about “Global Inflation Dynamics” at the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City Symposium, in Jackson Hole
Later, at 16:25 Federal Reserve Governor Stanley Fischer will participate in a panel discussion about US inflation developments.