- Eurozone Inflation (EUR, GMT 09:00) – The prelim. headline Eurozone Inflation reading for September is expected to fall to 4.6% y/y from 5.2% y/y and core at 4.9% y/y from 5.3% y/y.
- Personal Consumption Expenditures & Core (USD, GMT 12:30) – We expect a 0.5% August personal income rise after a 0.2% July gain and a 0.6% rise in compensation after a 0.4% gain, given a 0.4% August rise for hours-worked and a 0.2% rise for hourly earnings.
- Michigan Sentiment (USD, GMT 14:00) – The revised Michigan Sentiment report is expected to reveal no change to the preliminary headline drop to 67.7 from 69.5 in August and a 2-year high of 71.6 in July, versus an all-time low of 50.0 in June 2022, an 88.3 cycle-high in April 2021, and an early-pandemic bottom of 71.8 in April 2020.
- ECB President Lagarde Speech (EUR, GMT N/A)
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