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Need more certainty that inflation pressures have subsided sustainably Looking closely at labour market conditions and inflation indicators such as services inflation Recent wage data is consistent with the idea that “underlying” unemployment rate has risen There are considerable second-round effects at play currently, will fade over the coming years It’s good that his remarks
Sun: French Election (second round) Mon: CNB Minutes (June), Eurogroup Informal meeting of Competitiveness Ministers; Japanese Overtime Pay (May),German Trade Data (May), EZ Sentix Index (July), BoI Announcement, US Employment Trends Tue: BoJ Bond Meeting 9-10, EIA STEO; Australian Consumer Sentiment, Hungarian CPI (June), Mexican 12-monthInflation (June), Powell Testimony (Senate) Wed: RBNZ Announcement, OPEC MOMR;
Further progress seen on inflation this year but still need ‘greater confidence’ before moving to cut rates Housing-related inflation to gradually decline Still significant disparities in the jobs market Financial system sound and resilient Valuations high relative to fundamentals in major asset classes Full report “Inflation eased notably last year and has shown modest further
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1215 GMT / 0815 US Eastern time: Introductory remarks followed by Q&A by ECB board member Frank Elderson in panel “Embedding data culture in supervision” at Data Innovation for Future of Regulation (DIFoR) Conference organised by the Financial Conduct Authority 17515 GMT / 1315 US Eastern time: On-stage conversation with ECB President Christine Lagarde and
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MON: US Juneteenth Market Holiday TUE: PBoC LPR Announcement, RBA Minutes, NBH Announcement, German PPI (May), US Building Permits (May) WED: BoC Minutes, BCB Announcement, CNB Announcement, UK Inflation (May), New Zealand Trade Balance (May) THU: BoE Announcement, SNB Announcement, Norges Bank Announcement, CBRT Announcement, Banxico Announcement, Bank of Indonesia Announcement FRI: Japanese CPI (May),
> Richmond Fed Barkin: Comfortable doing more on interest rates if demand does not slow Richmond Fed Pres. Barkin speaking Richmond Fed Barkin (non voting) is speaking and says: Is “comfortable doing more” on interest rates if the coming data doesn’t confirm a story that slowing demand is returning inflation to the 2% target. Believes