W Week Ahead

Week Ahead: U.S. CPI, Fed Speakers, Iran Nuclear Talks Resume, China CPI & PPI

08 August, 2022
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Key Macro Events

🇮🇷 Talks aimed at salvaging the nuclear deal been Iran and world powers are expected to continue in Vienna. The European Union, which is coordinating the talks, has made a fresh proposal to rescue the landmark 2015 agreement – Bloomberg (8)

🇺🇸 US primary elections are held in Connecticut, Minnesota, Vermont and Wisconsin. In Minnesota, several candidates from both parties are vying to fill the 1st District seat left vacant by the death of Republican Representative Jim Hagedorn – Bloomberg (9)

🇨🇳 July CPI and PPI (10)

🇺🇸 Chicago Fed President Charles Evans discusses economic and monetary policy at Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa – Bloomberg (10)

🇺🇸 Minneapolis Fed President Neel Kashkari takes part in a discussion on stagflation hosted by the Aspen Economic Strategy Group – Bloomberg (10)

🇺🇸 July CPI (10)

🇺🇸 San Francisco Fed President Mary Daly is interviewed on Bloomberg Television – Bloomberg (11)

🇬🇧 UK Tory Party leadership holds hustings in Cheltenham at a time when Foreign Secretary Liz Truss seems to be tightening her grip on the race to become prime minister – Bloomberg (11)

🇪🇺 June Industrial Production (12)

🇬🇧 UK, monthly and quarterly flash GDP estimate. Plus, monthly UK trade figures and industrial production data, and construction output data for Great Britain – FT (12)

🇷🇺 Russia’s second-quarter GDP will show how much sweeping international sanctions imposed after the nation’s invasion of Ukraine have hit the country’s economy – Bloomberg (12)

🇪🇸 EasyJet Plc pilots are set to strike in Spain – Bloomberg (from 12 to 14)

Earnings

Previews

https://twitter.com/C_Barraud/status/1556174140264124417
https://twitter.com/C_Barraud/status/1556513405724508160

Focus on U.S. Economic Calendar

Top 10 Macro/Financial Charts of the Previous Week – w31

https://twitter.com/C_Barraud/status/1556184560680968195

What happened in the World Economy last Week – in charts – w31 (Bloomberg)


*Note: Previous reports can be found here