Monday, February 25
Bank of England Governor Mark Carney is to speak at an event in London.
Fed Governor Richard Clarinda is to speak in Texas.
Tuesday, February 26
BoE Governor Mark Carney and several other policymakers are to testify on inflation and the economic outlook before Parliament’s Treasury Committee.
The U.S. is to release data on building permits and housing starts as well as a report on consumer confidence.
Fed Chair Jerome Powell is to testify on the semiannual monetary policy report before the Senate Banking Committee, in Washington.
Wednesday, February 27
New Zealand is to publish trade figures.
Canada is to release data on consumer price inflation.
Fed Chair Jerome Powell is to testify on the central bank’s monetary policy report for a second day Washington.
The U.S. is also to produce data on pending home sales and factory orders.
Thursday, February 28
New Zealand is to publish data on business confidence.
Australia is to release figures on private capital expenditure.
China is to produce figures on manufacturing and non-manufacturing data.
Germany is to publish preliminary data on consumer price inflation.
Canada is to report on raw material price inflation.
The U.S. is to release an advance estimate of fourth quarter growth, along with the weekly report on jobless claims and data on business activity in the Chicago area.
Fed Chair Jerome Powell is to speak at an event in New York.
Friday, March 1
China is to publish its Caixin PMI.
The euro area is to publish revised figures on manufacturing activity as well as preliminary data on consumer inflation and unemployment figures.
The U.K. is to publish its manufacturing PMI.
Canada is to report figures on GDP growth.
The U.S. is to release data on personal income and spending along with the core PCE price index. The Institute of Supply Management is to round up the week with its manufacturing index.