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agenda 4In the euro area the focus will be on the ECB meeting. The preliminary estimate should show  June inflation spiking by one tenth to 1.5%, from July inflation should move back towards 1,1%  on the back of a favourable base effect from the energy component. The second reading of PMI  indices in June will confirm the recovery that has propelled the indices to their highest levels in  over a year. In Germany, manufacturing orders could rebound in May after declining in April......

agenda 4In the euro area, the first June surveys should confirm the improvement in sentiment seen over the past two months. The ZEW index is expected to recover after two months of weakness. The preliminary estimate of the composite PMI...

agenda 4Busy calendar of data releases this week in the United States. The first manufacturing sector surveys for May should continue to outline weakness, with modest corrections compared to April. As regards April data, industrial output....

agenda 4A host of data is due for release this week in the euro area. Confidence surveys for the month of June (IFO, INSEE, BNB, Istat, EU Commission) should confirm the recovery trend signalled by the PMIs last week.....

agenda 4In the euro area, April industrial output may show a slight recovery in the Euro Area as a whole and in France and a little change in output in Italy. In Italy, the final 1Q GDP reading should confirm the preliminary estimate of -0.5% q/q.  The second reading of May inflation data in Germany and in the euro area should also confirm the flash estimates. The first reading in France is expected to outline a further slowdown in the CPI trend from its already very modest levels in April....

agenda 4In the euro area, March industrial output data will shed some light on the state of health of the  economy. We expect output to drop slightly in France and Italy, and to stagnate in Germany. On  the whole, industrial output in the opening months of 2013 recovered compared to the end of  last year, but indications from surveys point to a slowdown early in the Spring..........

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