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29 May 2020

Key events for next week: eurozone, UK and US PMI's, RBA, Bank of Canada and ECB interest rate decision, Australia and Japan GDP, Germany, Canada and the United States unemployment rate.

On Monday, at 00:30 GMT, Japan will publish the manufacturing PMI for May. At 01:00 GMT Australia will present inflation data from MI for May. Then the focus will be on manufacturing PMI indices for May: China will report at 01:45 GMT, France at 07:50 GMT, Germany at 07:55 GMT, the Eurozone at 08:00 GMT, Britain at 08:30 GMT, and the US at 13:45 GMT. At 14: 00 GMT, the US will publish the ISM manufacturing index for May and announce changes in construction spending for April. At 22:45 GMT, New Zealand will report changes in building permits for April.

On Tuesday, at 01:30 GMT, Australia will announce changes in the company's operating profit and balance of payments for the 1st quarter. At 04:30 GMT in Australia, the RBA's interest rate decision will be announced and the RBA rate statement will be released. At 06:30 GMT Switzerland will announce the change of volume of retail trade for April. At 08:30 GMT, Britain will announce changes in the volume of the M4 money supply aggregate, the number of approved mortgage applications and the volume of net loans to individuals for April. At 22:30 GMT, Australia will release the AIG construction activity index for May.

On Wednesday, at 01:30 GMT, Australia will report changes in GDP for the 1st quarter and the number of building permits for April. At 01:45 GMT China will release the Markit/Caixin Services PMI for May. At 05:45 GMT, Switzerland will announce changes in GDP for the 1st quarter. At 07:50 GMT, France will present the services PMI for May. At 07:55 GMT, Germany will announce changes in the unemployment rate and the number of unemployed for May. Then the focus will be on services PMI for May: Germany will report at 07:55 GMT, the Euro zone at 08:00 GMT, and Britain at 08:30 GMT. At 09: 00 GMT, the Euro zone will release the producer price index for April and announce changes in the unemployment rate for April. At 12:15 GMT, the US will report a change in the number of employees from ADP for May. At 12:30 GMT, Canada will announce changes of labor productivity for the 1st quarter. At 13:45 GMT, the US will release the PMI for the services sector for May. At 14:00 GMT in Canada, the Bank of Canada's interest rate decision will be announced and the BOC Rate Statement will be released. Also at 14: 00 GMT, the US will release the ISM index for the non-manufacturing sector for May and report changes in the volume of production orders for April. At 14:30 GMT, the US will announce changes in oil reserves according to the Ministry of energy.

On Thursday, at 01:30 GMT, Australia will report changes in the trade balance and retail trade volume for April. At 06:30 GMT, Switzerland will publish the consumer price index for May. At 08:30 GMT, Britain will release the PMI for the construction sector for May. At 09:00 GMT, the Euro zone will announce changes in retail sales for April. At 11:45 GMT in the eurozone the ECB's interest rate decision will be announced. At 12:30 GMT, the ECB will hold a press conference. Also at 12:30 GMT, Canada and the United States will report changes in the foreign trade balance for April. Also at 12: 30 GMT, the US will announce changes of labor productivity in the non-manufacturing sector and the level of labor costs for the 1st quarter. as well as the number of initial applications for unemployment benefits. At 22:30 GMT, Australia will release the AIG services activity index for May. At 23:30 GMT Japan will report a change in household spending in April.

On Friday, at 05:00 GMT, Japan will publish an index of leading economic indicators for April. At 06:00 GMT, Germany will announce changes in industrial orders for April. At 07:00 GMT, Switzerland will report changes in the volume of the SNB's foreign currency reserves for May. At 07:30 GMT, Britain will release the Halifax house price index for May. At 12:30 GMT, Canada will announce changes in the unemployment rate and employment for May. Also at 12: 30 GMT, the US will announce changes in the unemployment rate and the Nonfarm Payrolls for May. At 14:00 GMT, Canada will present the Ivey business activity index for May. At 17:00 GMT the US will release a Baker Hughes report on the number of active oil rigs. At 19:00 GMT the United States will report a change in consumer lending for April.

On Sunday, at 23:50 GMT, Japan will announce changes in GDP for the 1st quarter, as well as the volume of orders for machinery and equipment and the current account balance for April.

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