Global Calendar

Global Calendar – Friday 10/13/17

US 0830 ET Sep CPI expected +0.6% m/m and +2.3% y/y, Aug +0.4% m/m and +1.9% y/y. Sep CPI ex food & energy expected +0.2% m/m and +1.8% y/y, Aug +0.2% m/m and +1.7% y/y.
0830 ET Sep retail sales expected +1.7% and +0.9% ex autos, Aug -0.2% and +0.2% ex autos.
0830 ET Boston Fed President Eric Rosengren (non-voter) delivers opening remarks at the Boston Fed conference on “Are Rules Made to be Broken? Discretion and Monetary Policy Text.”
0830 ET USDA weekly Export Sales.
1000 ET Prelim-Oct University of Michigan U.S. consumer sentiment expected -0.1 to 95.0, Sep -1.7 to 95.1.
1000 ET Aug business inventories expected +0.7%, Jul +0.2%.
1025 ET Chicago Fed President Charles Evans (voter) discusses current economic conditions and monetary policy at the Wisconsin Summit on Financial Literacy in Green Bay, WI.
1130 ET Dallas Fed President Robert Kaplan (voter) speaks in a moderated Q&A session at the CFA Institute’s Fixed Income Management Conference in Boston.
EUR 1015 ET ECB Vice President Vitor Constancio participates in a panel discussion on “The European Spring?” at a conference in Washington D.C. titled “The Quest for Normality in an Uncertain Word.”
GER 0200 ET Revised German Sep CPI (EU harmonized), prelim-Sep unch m/m and +1.8% y/y.
ITA 0400 ET Revised Italy Sep CPI (EU harmonized), prelim-Sep +1.3% y/y.

Sunday, Oct 15

US 0900 ET Fed Chair Janet Yellen, Bank of China Governor Zhou Xiaochuan, BOJ Governor Haruhiko Kuroda, and ECB Vice President Vitor Constancio hold a panel discussion titled “The Global Economy: Prospects for Broad-Based Growth” at a Group of 30 event in Washington, D.C.
UK 1901 ET UK Oct Rightmove house prices, Sep +0.3% m/m and +3.2% y/y.
CHI 2130 ET China Sep CPI expected +1.6% y/y, Aug +1.8% y/y. Sep PPI expected +6.3% y/y, Aug +6.3% y/y.