Headlines the Economic Calendar on Tuesday

1. German ZEW Economic Sentiment

Investors turn attention to the German ZEW economic index to gauge the six-month outlook for the Eurozone.

The reading compiled from a survey of German institutional investors and analysts is expected to show an improved reading of 72.0 on the previous month’s reading of 70.7.

2. US JOLTs Job Openings

The US Bureau of Labor Statistics will release its JOLTS job opening survey for March. On average, economists expect that the job vacancies rise to 7.500 million in March from 7.367 million in February.

3. BOE Gov Bailey Speaks

Due to participate in a panel discussion about Secured Overnight Financing Rate, term rates, and loan market developments at a webinar hosted by the Alternative Reference Rates Committee.

4. FOMC Member Brainard Speaks

Due to speak about the economic outlook at an online event hosted by the Society for Advancing Business Editing and Writing.

11 May 21 (Tue)

06:35 am