RTTNews - Tuesday, British public sector finances and Switzerland's trade balance reports are expected to dominate the newsflow from European economies.

At 2.00am ET, the Finnish labor force survey results are due. The jobless rate is forecast to fall to 9.4% in June from 10.9% in May.

Thereafter, the Swiss trade balance is due from the Federal Customs Administration at 2.15am ET. The trade surplus totaled CHF 2.01 billion in May.

At 3.00am ET, the Swiss National Bank is scheduled to release M3 money supply data for June. Money supply had climbed 4.2% annually in May.

Half an hour later, the Dutch jobless details for April to June period is due from the Statistics Netherlands.

Afterwards, the U.K public sector finance report is due. Public sector net borrowing is expected to fall to GBP 15.5 billion in June from GBP 19.9 billion in May. Meanwhile, public sector net cash requirement is seen at GBP 20.2 billion, up from GBP 18.8 billion in the prior month.

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