Weekly Reports | Sep 09 2016
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By Greg Peel
Following on from this week’s lack of action from the ECB, the Bank of England will have its chance to do nothing when it holds a policy meeting next week. It will be justified however, given last month saw a surprisingly extensive stimulus package from the BoE and UK economic data have looked nothing but solid of late.
There will be plenty to fuel further Fed debate towards the end of next week when a raft of US data hit the wires, including industrial production, retail sales, inflation, inventories, consumer sentiment and the Philly Fed and Empire State activity indices.
Friday on Wall Street sees the quadruple witching derivatives expiry.
After posting better than expected trade data this week, next week China will release its monthly round of industrial production, retail sales and fixed asset investment numbers.
Australian data releases this week include the NAB business and Westpac consumer confidence surveys, and on Thursday, the jobs numbers.
On Friday the changes to the components of the S&P/ASX indices, announced last week, become effective.
There’s another round of ex-divs set to handicap the local market next week and Myer ((MYR)) will post its earnings result.
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