Market moving info — week starting September 19, 2016

Here’s a summary of last week’s market moving news and a look ahead to the data, events and earnings reports that are likely to move the markets in the week starting September 19.

Last week:

  • The US Department of Justice requested Deutsche Bank to pay $14 billion to settle allegations of misspelling mortgages during the financial crisis, but the bank said the amount was only a proposal and it aims to negotiate it down.

This week:

Monday, September 19

Europe:

  • Eurozone current account deficit for July.
  • UK Rightmove monthly house prices index.

US:

  • NAHB housing market index.

Rest of the world:

  • China house prices for August.

Corporate events:

  • Red Hat earnings.

Tuesday, September 20

Europe:

  • Germany producer price inflation for August.

US:

  • Building permits for August.
  • Housing starts for August.

Rest of the world:

  • Australia central bank meeting minutes.
  • Australia second quarter house price index.

Corporate events:

  • Immofinanz, Kingfisher, Adobe Systems, Fedex earnings.

Wednesday, September 21

Europe:

  • UK public sector net borrowing for August.
  • Bank of England quarterly bulletin.

US

  • Federal Reserve interest rate decision, Janet Yellen news conference.
  • Weekly mortgage applications data from the Mortgage Bankers Association.
  • Weekly crude inventories.

Rest of the world:

  • Bank of Japan monetary policy decision, press conference.
  • Japan trade balance for August.

Corporate events:

  • Bed Bath & Beyond earnings.

Thursday, September 22

Europe:

  • ECB economic bulletin released.
  • Eurozone consumer confidence for August.
  • UK mortgage lending for August.

US:

  • Weekly natural gas inventories.
  • Weekly jobless claims.
  • Existing home sales for August.

Rest of the world:

  • South Africa interest rate decision.

Corporate events:

  • Autozone, Coca-Cola European Partners, General Mills earnings.

Friday, September 23

Europe

  • Eurozone manufacturing, services Markit PMI for September.
  • Germany manufacturing, services Markit PMI for September.
  • France manufacturing, services Markit PMI for September.
  • Moody’s releases economic outlook for the UK.

US

  • Manufacturing PMI for September.

Rest of the world:

  • Canada consumer price inflation for August.
  • Canada retail sales for July.

Corporate events:

  • Nike earnings.