RTTNews - Friday, Eurozone industrial production and French consumer prices reports are expected to dominate the scene.

The Destatis is set to release German wholesale prices for May at 2.00am ET. After declining 8.1% in April, prices are now predicted to drop 9% annually in May.

Thereafter, the French current account balance and consumer prices are due. Annually, consumer prices are expected to fall 0.2% in May, while economists see a 0.2% rise on a monthly basis. The EU harmonized index is also forecast to drop 0.2% in May.

At 5.00am ET, the Eurostat is slated to release Eurozone's industrial production details for the month of April. From April 2008, production is predicted to plunge 19.8%, while monthly decrease is seen at 0.4%.

At 8.00am ET, the Hungarian central bank is slated to issue minutes of MPC meeting held on May 25.

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