Tuesday preview: US CPI, UK employment in focus

All eyes on Tuesday will be on the latest reading for US consumer prices in August.

Consensus is that the year-on-year rate of gain in headline CPI will slow from 5.4% for July to 5.3%, although most economists see core CPI steady at 4.3%.

On home shores, the market spotlight will be on the jobs market.

At 0700 BST, the Office for National Statistics is expected to reveal a one tenth of a percentage point drop in the UK rate of unemployment for the three months ending in July.

However, the annual rate of growth in average weekly earnings is seen slowing down from 8.8% to 8.2% alongside.

Across the Channel meanwhile, readings for consumer price inflation in Finland, Spain and Sweden are all due out.

Down Under, Reserve Bank Governor, Philip Lowe, will deliver a speech on Delta, the economy and monetary policy.

Tuesday 14 September


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