over 2 years ago • 1 min
This week should be the last quiet one for scheduled business and finance news, before the big US banks kick off the second-quarter earnings season next week. Here are the main events we’ll be monitoring.
Monday US stock markets are closed to mark the July 4th holiday.
Tuesday US publishes services data. Eurozone releases retail sales numbers. Australian interest rate decision. German ZEW Index of Economic Sentiment published. Earnings from Ocado.
Wednesday Minutes of last Federal Reserve policy meeting released. European Union announces economic forecasts.
Thursday European Central Bank publishes minutes of its last meeting. Earnings from Tata Consultancy, Japanese retailer Seven & i, and Levi’s.
Friday China publishes inflation data. UK releases manufacturing and economic growth data.
Sunday If there are no delays, Virgin Galactic might send up a test flight with a crew including founder Richard Branson.
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