RTTNews - Friday, only a few statistical data releases are due from European economies.
At 2.00am ET, Germany's Federal Statistical Office is set to publish producer price inflation report for May. Economists forecast producer prices to log zero growth on a monthly basis. Annually, the producer price index may fall 3.6% after dropping 2.7% in the previous month.
Thereafter, final report on first quarter wages is due from France's Ministries in charge of Labor and Employment. Quarter-on-quarter, wages are expected to rise 0.8%.
Hungary's statistical office would be releasing a report on gross wages at 3.00am ET. Economists forecast growth in the average gross wages to slow to 3.6% in April from 4.3%.
At 3.30am ET, results of the latest consumer confidence survey for the Netherlands would be out from the Central Bureau of Statistics. The consumer confidence index is expected to decline to minus 24 in June from minus 23 in May.
First quarter unemployment data is due from the Italian statistical office at 4.00am ET. According to economists, the jobless rate would rise to 7.3%.
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