Monday, there are a small number of reports lined up for release from major European economies.
At 2.00am ET, the German statistical office is scheduled to issue manufacturing turnover as well as raw steel production data. In the meantime, a preliminary foreign trade report for March is due from the Statistics Estonia. In February, the trade deficit totaled 1.1 billion kroons.
Thereafter, the French statistical office INSEE is set to release industrial and manufacturing production for March at 2.45am ET. After declining 0.1% on a monthly basis in February, manufacturing output is forecast to drop 0.5% in March. Meanwhile, industrial production is expected to fall at the same pace of 0.5%.
At 3.00am ET, Slovakia's industrial and construction data is due from the Statistical Office of the Slovak Republic.
The Statistics Denmark is slated to release Danish consumer prices and trade balance at 3.30am ET. Annual inflation stood at 1.8% in March, while EU harmonized inflation was 1.6%.
At 4.00am ET, Italian industrial production and Norwegian CPI are due. Following a 3.5% decline in February, Italian industrial output is predicted to drop 2% in March. Norwegian annual inflation is forecast to rise to 2.8% in April from 2.5% in March. The Statistics Norway is also slated to release PPI and C3 credit indicator data.
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