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0800 ET Dallas Fed President Robert Kaplan (non-voter) discusses the outlook for the energy market and the economy to the Council on Foreign Relations.
0830 ET May Empire manufacturing survey general business conditions expected -0.8 to 15.0, Apr -6.7 to 15.8.
0830 ET Apr retail sales expected +0.3% and +0.5% ex autos, Mar +0.6% and +0.2% ex autos.
1000 ET Mar business inventories expected +0.1%, Feb +0.6%.
1000 ET May NAHB housing market index expected unch at 69, Apr -1 to 69.
1000 ET Richard Clarida, nominated to be Fed vice chairman, and Michelle Bowman, nominated to be Fed governor, appear for their confirmation hearings before the Senate Banking Committee.
1300 ET San Francisco Fed President John Williams (voter) speaks to the Economic Club of Minnesota.
JPN
0030 ET Japan Mar tertiary industry index expected -0.2% m/m, Feb unch m/m.
1950 ET Japan Q1 GDP expected -0.1% (q/q annualized), Q4 +1.6% (q/q annualized). Q1 GDP deflator expected +0.3% y/y, Q4 +0.1% y/y. Q1 private consumption expected unch q/q, Q4 +0.5% q/q. Q1 business spending expected +0.4% q/q, Q4 +1.0% q/q.
GER
0200 ET German Q1 GDP expected +0.4% q/q and +1.8% y/y (nsa), Q4 +0.6% q/q and +2.3% y/y (nsa).
0500 ET German May ZEW expectations of economic growth expected unch at -8.2, Apr -13.3 to -8.2.
FRA
0245 ET France Q1 wages, Q4 +0.2% q/q.
0245 ET Revised France Apr CPI (EU harmonized), prelim-Apr +0.1% m/m and +1.8% y/y.
UK
0430 ET UK Apr jobless claims change, Mar +11,600. Apr claimant count rate, Mar 2.4%.
0430 ET UK Mar ILO unemployment rate expected unch at 4.2% for three months through Mar, previous 4.2% for the 3-months through Feb.
0430 ET UK Mar avg weekly earnings expected +2.6% 3-mo avg/year-over-year, Feb +2.8% 3-mo avg/year-over-year.
0430 ET UK Mar avg weekly earnings ex-bonus expected +2.9% 3-mo avg/year-over-year, Feb +2.8% 3-mo avg/year-over-year.
EUR
0500 ET Eurozone Mar industrial production expected +0.7% m/m and +3.7% y/y, Feb -0.8% m/m and +2.9% y/y.
0500 ET Revised Eurozone Q1 GDP, previous +0.4% q/q and +2.5% y/y.
CAN
0900 ET Canada Apr existing home sales expected +1.4% m/m, Mar +1.3% m/m.
CHI
2130 ET China Apr new home prices, Mar +0.42% m/m and +5.5% y/y.

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