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0830 ET Mar housing starts expected +2.4% to 1.266 million, Feb -7.0% m/m to 1.236 million. Mar building permits expected unch at 1.321 million, Feb -4.1% m/m to 1.321 million.
0915 ET Mar industrial production expected +0.4% m/m, Feb +0.9% m/m. Mar manufacturing production expected +0.1%, Feb +1.2% m/m. Mar capacity utilization +0.2 to 77.9%, Feb +0.7 to 77.7%.
0915 ET San Francisco Fed President John Williams (voter) speaks at a NABE conference in Madrid, Spain.
1000 ET Fed Governor Randal Quarles testifies before the House Financial Services Committee on the conduct of supervision and regulation of depository institution holding companies and other financial firms supervised by the Fed.
1100 ET Philadelphia Fed President Patrick Harker (non-voter) speaks on “The Economics of Equitable Education: How Today’s Loans, Access and Training Affect Tomorrow’s Economy” at an event in Philadelphia.
1310 ET Chicago Fed President Charles Evans (non-voter) discusses current economic conditions and monetary policy at the Chicago Rotary Club.
1740 ET Atlanta Fed President Raphael Bostic (voter) speaks on the economy at a seminar in Atlanta.
JPN
0030 ET Japan Feb capacity utilization, Jan -7.3% m/m.
0030 ET Revised Japan Feb industrial production, prelim-Feb +4.1% m/m and +1.4% y/y.
1950 ET Japan Mar trade balance expected +499.2 billion yen, Feb +2.6 billion yen. Mar exports expected +5.2% y/y, Feb +1.8% y/y. Mar imports expected +6.3% y/y, Feb +16.6% y/y.
UK
0430 ET UK Mar jobless claims change, Feb +9,200. Mar claimant count rate, Fed 2.4%.
0430 ET UK Feb avg weekly earnings expected +3.0% 3-mo avg y/y, Jan +2.8% 3-mo avg y/y. Feb weekly earnings ex-bonus expected +2.8% 3-mo avg y/y, Jan +2.6% 3-mo avg y/y.
0430 ET UK ILO unemployment rate expected unch at 4.3% for the 3-months through Feb, previous 4.3% for the 3-months through Jan.
GER
0500 ET German Apr ZEW survey expectations of economic growth expected -6.1 to -1.0, Mar -12.7 to 5.1. Apr ZEW survey current situation expected -2.7 to 88.0, Mar -1.6 to 90.7.
CAN
0830 ET Canada Feb manufacturing sales expected +0.9% m/m, Jan -1.0% m/m.
CHI
2130 ET China Mar new home prices, Feb +0.2% m/m.

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