The markets will be watching again this week for the evolution of inflation, with the preliminary CPI data in the euro area, to which will be added the final data of the manufacturing PMI for November and the unemployment rate for this month.
In Europe, on Wednesday 30, Eurostat will release the estimated CPI data for November for the euro area, in a context in which the evolution of prices continues to be mainly conditioned by the energy crisis.
A day later, on Thursday, December 1, the unemployment rate for October will be published, which is expected to remain at 6.6 of the active population, according to analysts at Singular Bank.
On Friday, day 2, investors will be watching the evolution of retail sales in the euro area in October.
The week in the US is marked by a large number of macroeconomic references, after the closing of Wall Street on Thursday for the holiday of Thanksgiving, and the half session on Friday for Black Friday.
On Tuesday, the Conference Board will release the result of the November consumer confidence survey and on Wednesday the result of the November ADP employment survey will be known.
That will precede the U.S. unemployment rate data, which will be released on Friday.
In the Asia Pacific region, whose situation is very marked by the increase in covid infections, the focus will be on the publication of the unemployment rate and the evolution of retail sales in October in Japan, which will be known on Tuesday.
Meanwhile, in China, the PMIs prepared by the national statistical service (NBS) and the Caixin manufacturing PMI will be released.