RTTNews - Friday, Swiss consumer prices are expected to fall again in June after declining in May, while Eurozone retail sales are forecast to drop in May following an unexpected increase in April.

At 3.00am ET, industrial production data for Spain is due from the National Statistics Institute. Most economists forecast output to fall 16% annually in May.

Final report on Hungary's external trade in the month of April is also due at the same time.

Fifteen minutes later, Switzerland's Federal Statistical Office is likely to issue a report on inflation for the month of June. Economists forecast consumer prices to fall 1.1% year-on-year and to remain flat on a monthly basis.

At 4.30am ET, the HM Treasury is likely to release data on British official reserves in June. At the same time, the Bank of England would be announcing housing equity withdrawal figures for the first quarter.

Eurozone retail sales data are due at 5.00am ET. On a monthly basis, sales are expected to fall 0.1%, taking the annual decline to 2.7%.

At 10.00am ET, Turkey's statistical office would be releasing consumer and producer price inflation reports for June. Consumer prices are expected to rise 5.7% year-on-year and 0.1% on a monthly basis, while producer prices are anticipated to decline 2.6% annually and to rise 0.1% from May.

Services PMI reports for Eurozone, Germany, France, Italy and U.K. are also due on Friday.

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