Friday's day continues with the general trend of the week and will be quiet at the macroeconomic level due to the Christmas holidays. Even so, investors have several appointments listed on their agendas. One of the most important is the publication of the economic bulletin of the European Central Bank (ECB). Similarly, gross mortgage concessions will be known in the United Kingdom.
Japan is undoubtedly one of the countries that will publish the most data on Friday. They stand out above all, the annual underlying CPI and the monthly CPI except energy and food. Across the Atlantic, IEA crude oil inventories and weekly IEA Cushing crude oil inventories will be announced.
Japan: number of applications for jobs (00: 30h), underlying CPI (00: 30h), CPI except energy and food (00: 30h), industrial production (00: 50h) and retail sales (00: 50h)
Europe: ECB economic bulletin (10:00 a.m.)
United Kingdom: gross mortgage concessions (10: 30h)
U.S: IEA crude oil inventories (5:00 p.m.), IEA Cushing weekly crude inventories (5:00 p.m.), number of Baker Hugher oil rigs (7:00 p.m.) and Baker Hugher active reservoir count (19 : 00h)