RTTNews - Friday, Switzerland's consumer prices and the British PPI reports are due.

At 2.00am ET, the Statistics Estonia is set to release details of consumer prices for May. Annual inflation had eased to 0.3% in April from 2% in the previous month.

At 3.00am ET, Spanish and Hungarian industrial production details are due. Annual decrease in Spanish production is seen at 21.9% in April, slower than the 24.7% contraction recorded in March. At the same time, Hungarian output is forecast to drop 21.9% annually.

At 3.15am ET, the Swiss CPI for May is due from the Federal Statistical Office. Consumer prices are forecast to drop 0.9% annually versus a 0.3% fall in April. After a monthly growth of 0.9%, economists now forecast prices to rise 0.2% on a monthly basis.

The Statistics Norway is scheduled to release April industrial production data.

At 4.30am ET, the Office for National Statistics or ONS is set to release U.K. PPI data for May. Output prices are predicted to fall 0.4% year-on-year in May compared to an increase of 1.2% in April. The monthly growth rate is seen at 0.4%. Meanwhile, economists see a monthly 0.8% rise and an annual 8.3% fall in input prices.

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