Each change in seasons is accompanied by a marked increase in the amount of new Australian economic data. So the “Winter Whirlwind” gets underway in the coming week. Well over a dozen indicators will be released in the first two weeks of June with economic growth and the Reserve Bank Board meeting in focus in the coming week.
A quieter week is in prospect for economic events in the US. But trade and inflation figures will be released in China, adding to the list of economic offerings. The G7 meeting is on Friday and Saturday.

Published by Craig James, Chief Economist, CommSec