US Industrial Production and the NY Fed Empire State Manufacturing survey are the two main releases for the US. In Europe, the euro area trade balance will be the notable print. Beyond today, US PPI, German ZEW and UK CPI are the main economic reports tomorrow. Wednesday will see the release of BOE’s meeting minutes, the US CPI, and the Euro area inflation report. On Thursday, President Obama will host Poroshenko and on the data front we have Philly Fed, initial claims, and building permits to watch out for, but the biggest market moving event will surely be the Scottish independence referendum. German PPI will be the key release on what will otherwise be a relatively quiet Friday.

And a detailed breakdown from Goldman:

In DMs, highlights of next week include US FOMC, Philly Fed, CPI and IP; MP Decisions in Norway and Switzerland; Australia, Sweden, and UK Minutes.

  • [Monday] US IP (expect 0.10%, below consensus).
  • [Tuesday] UK CPI, Australia Minutes.
  • [Wednesday] US FOMC (expect no change in forward guidance, retain language on “considerable time”, mildly hawkish shift in SEP) and CPI (expect flat), Euro area CPI (final in line with flash at 0.3%), Sweden and UK Minutes.
  • [Thursday] US Philly Fed (expect 24.0 vs. consensus 23.4), MP Decisions in Norway and Switzerland (expect no change from either).
  • [Friday] Results from Scottish referendum for independence.

In EMs, highlights of next week include MP Decisions in Thailand, Malaysia, South Africa, and Nigeria; Mexico and Poland Minutes.

  • [Monday] CPI in Israel and Poland.
  • [Tuesday] Israel GDP, Poland CPI.
  • [Wednesday] Thailand MP Decision (expect rates on hold), CPI in Malaysia and South Africa.
  • [Thursday] MP Decision in Malaysia (expect rates on hold) and South Africa (expect rates on hold), Poland Minutes, Ukraine IP.
  • [Friday] Mexico Minutes; Nigeria MP Decision.

Monday, September 15

Events: Speech by Germany’s Finance Minister Schaeuble.

  • United States | [MAP 2] Industrial Production MoM (Aug): GS 0.10%, consensus 0.30%, previous 0.40%
  • United States | [MAP 2] Empire Manufacturing (Sep): Consensus 16, previous 14.69
  • United States | Capacity Utilization (Aug): GS 79.20%, consensus 79.30%, previous 79.20%
  • Israel | CPI YoY (Aug): GS 0.40%, consensus 0.20% (0.10% MoM), previous 0.30% (0.10% MoM)
  • Poland | CPI YoY (Aug): GS -0.30%, consensus -0.30% (-0.40% MoM), previous -0.20% (-0.20% MoM)
  • Colombia | [MAP 4] Industrial Production YoY (Jul): GS 0.00%, consensus 2.20%, previous -0.60%
  • Peru | [MAP 5] Economic Activity YoY (Jul): GS 2.50%, previous 0.30%
  • Also interesting: [DM] US Empire Manufacturing; Canada Existing Homes Sales; Euro area Trade Balance; Norway Trade Balance; United Kingdom Rightmove House Prices Singapore Unemployment and Retail Sales [EM] India Trade Balance and Wholesale Prices; Philippines Overseas Remittances; CA in Czech Republic and Poland; Unemployment in Turkey and Peru; Colombia Retail Sales.

Tuesday, September 16

[Number of MAP releases = 0; Average MAP relevance = 0.0]

  • Events: Speeches by BOJ’s Kuroda, ECB’s Liikanen, Bank of Canada’s Poloz, RBA’s Kent and Australia’s Treasurer Hockey, UN General Assembly.
  • United Kingdom | CPI Core YoY (Aug): Previous 1.8%
  • Australia | Minutes from MP Decision: We expect the minutes to continue to signal that the RBA remains firmly on the sidelines, balancing the significant degree of spare capacity in the labour force against the longer run risks to financial stability from rising house prices.
  • Israel | GDP Annualized (2Q P): Previous 1.70%
  • Nigeria | CPI YoY (Aug): GS 8.40%, consensus 8.50%, previous 8.30%
  • Poland | CPI Core YoY (Aug): GS 0.50%, consensus 0.40% (-0.10% MoM), previous 0.40% (0.00% MoM)
  • Also interesting: [DM] US PPI and Total Net TIC Flows; Euro area ZEW Survey Expectations; Spain Labour Costs; United Kingdom ONS House Price; Australia Roy Morgan Consumer Sentiment [EM] Poland Employment and Wages.

Wednesday, September 17

Events: Speeches by Fed’s Yellen and ECB’s Mersch.

  • United States | MP Decision: We expect no change in the forward guidance, and we expect the Fed to retain language pertaining to the “considerable time” and “significant underutilization” of labor market resources. We expect the content of the Summary of Economic Projections (SEP) to show a mildly hawkish shift. As noted in the US weekly (link), we expect the “considerable time” forward guidance to stay in the September statement. Removing the language at this time would be a substantial hawkish surprise, in our view. “Significant underutilization” of labor market resources will also likely remain in the statement, despite some discomfort with this phrase apparent in the July minutes. The pace of asset purchases will be tapered by a further $10bn per month to $15bn. We expect the content of the Summary of Economic Projections (SEP)—released coincident with the FOMC statement—to show a mildly hawkish shift. Core inflation projections for 2014 may move up slightly, while unemployment projections move down. The median 2015 “dot” may shift up a hair to 1.25%. We expect the 2017 fed funds rate median—which will be released for the first time in the September SEP—to stand at 3.5%, still slightly below participants’ longer-run consensus of 3.75%. The SEP may include a clarification regarding how the dots should be interpreted in light of the Committee’s desire to maintain a target range for the fed funds rate in the future.
  • United States | CPI MoM (Aug): GS 0.00%, consensus 0.00% (1.90% YoY), previous 0.10% (2.00% YoY)
  • United States | Current Account Balance (2Q): Consensus -$114.0B, previous -$111.2B
  • Euro area | CPI Core YoY (Aug F): GS 0.30%, consensus 0.90% (0.10% MoM), previous 0.90% (-0.70% MoM)
  • Sweden | Minutes from MP Decision
  • United Kingdom | Minutes from MP Decision
  • Malaysia | CPI YoY (Aug): Consensus 3.2%, previous 3.2%
  • Thailand | MP Decision: We expect rates on hold (Benchmark Interest Rate at 2.00%, in line with consensus) as the incremental information available on economic activity since the last meeting has been positive. At the last BOT meeting on the sixth of August the monetary policy committee voted unanimously to keep rates on hold, and we expect this to remain the case for the rest of the year.
  • Poland | [MAP 3] Sold Industrial Output YoY (Aug): Consensus 0.30% (-5.80% MoM), previous 2.30% (2.00% MoM)
  • South Africa | CPI YoY (Aug): GS 6.40%, consensus 6.20% (0.30% MoM), previous 6.30% (0.80% MoM)
  • Also interesting: [DM] US MBA Mortgage Applications and NAHB Housing Market Index; Euro area Construction Output; Trade Balance in Italy and Spain; United Kingdom Unemployment; Australia Westpac Leading Index; New Zealand Balance of Payments; Singapore Exports [EM] Russia Unemployment; Retail Sales in Russia and South Africa.

Thursday, September 18

Events: Speeches by BOJ’s Kuroda, FDIC Chairman Gruenberg and Vice Chairman Hoenig, RBA Bulletin, ECB Announces TLTRO Allotment, Scotland Referendum on Independence (results announced Friday, September 19).

  • United States | [MAP 4] Philadelphia Fed Business Outlook (Sep): GS 24.0, consensus 23.4, previous 28
  • United States | Housing Starts MoM (Aug): GS -5.00%, consensus -4.90%, previous 15.70%
  • Norway | MP Decision: We expect rates on hold (at 1.50%) and for the Norges Bank to revise up its policy rate path by 30-50bp.
  • Sweden | GDP QoQ (2Q F): Previous 0.20% (1.90% YoY wda)
  • Switzerland | MP Decision: We expect rates on hold (SNB 3-Month Libor Target Rate at 0.00%) and for the SNB to reconfirm its minimum exchange rate target against the Euro.
  • Japan | Trade Balance (Aug): GS -¥1063.0B, consensus – ¥1027.5B, previous (r) -¥962.1B
  • New Zealand | GDP SA QoQ (2Q): GS 0.6% (3.8% YoY), consensus 0.6% (3.8% YoY), previous 1.0% (3.8% YoY)
  • Malaysia | MP Decision: We expect rates on hold (Overnight Policy Rate at 3.25%, in line with consensus), pausing before a further 25bp rate hike in November. Since the last meeting in July, inflation has continued to moderate, and at 3.2% YoY remains at the low end of BNM’s forecast range of 3%-4% for 2014.
  • Poland | Minutes from MP Decision
  • South Africa | MP Decision: We expect rates on hold (repo rate at 5.75%, in line with consensus). This is primarily based on our expectation for August inflation (on Wednesday, September 17) and the recent rates/FX market dynamics. This contrasts with our view of what would be required to address the current risk of stagflation. Hence, we expect the SARB to be more cautious but to continue to stress that it would not hesitate to hike if inflation or inflation expectations were threatened.
  • Ukraine | Industrial Production MoM (Aug): Consensus (-18.00% YoY), previous -2.20% (-12.10% YoY)
  • Colombia | [MAP 5] GDP YoY (2Q): GS 4.60%, consensus 4.70% (0.80% QoQ), previous 6.40% (2.30% QoQ)
  • Also interesting: [DM] US Initial Jobless and Continuing Claims and Building Permits; Euro area Construction; Italy CA; Switzerland Trade Balance; United Kingdom Retail Sales and CBI Trends Total Orders; Japan Machine Tool Orders (Aug F); Australia New Zealand CA [EM] Hong Kong Unemployment and Composite Interest Rate.

Friday, September 19

Events: ECB Announces 3-Year LTRO Repayment.

  • Nigeria | MP Decision
  • Brazil | IBGE Inflation IPCA-15 MoM (Sep): GS 0.35% (6.58% YoY), previous 0.14% (6.49% YoY)
  • Mexico | Aggregate Supply and Demand (2Q): Previous 2.40%
  • Mexico | Minutes from MP Decision: We expect the minutes to preserve a neutral rate bias going forward but to contain slightly more hawkish language on the balance of risks for both domestic growth and short-term inflation.
  • Also interesting: [DM] US Leading Index; Canada CPI; Euro area CA; Japan Leading Index, Coincident Index and Foreign Buying Stocks/Bonds; New Zealand ANZ Consumer Confidence and Job Advertisements [EM] Philippines CA; Colombia Trade Balance.

Source: Bank of America, Goldman Sachs

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