Ahead of the coming week, here is a list of the biggest events on the economic calendar that are most likely to affect the markets this week:

In the week ahead, global financial markets will shift their focus on Thursday’s U.S. inflation report for fresh clues on the possible timing of the next Fed rate hike as well as central banks meeting in the U.K and Switzerland will also be in focus.

Tuesday, September 12

The UK will publish its monthly inflation report.

Wednesday, September 13

The UK will publish its monthly employment report.

The U.S will report on producer price inflation.

Thursday, September 14

Australia will release its monthly jobs report.

China will publish data on fixed asset investment.

The Swiss National Bank will announce its latest monetary policy decision and publish its policy assessment.

The Bank of England will announce its latest interest rate decision and publish the minutes of its monetary policy meeting.

The U.S will release data on consumer price inflation and initial jobless claims.

Friday, September 15

The U.S will end the week with data on retail sales…

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