After the Queen’s Birthday public holiday on Monday, a raft of business and consumer surveys are released. A post-Federal election bounce is expected, but all eyes will be on the May employment report issued on Thursday.
Chinese economic data releases dominate the overseas calendar over the coming week. Trade, inflation and the May activity data are all due. And US inflation, industrial production and retail spending figures are released.
Published by Ryan Felsman, Senior Economist, CommSec