Money Minute is MoneyWeek's 60-second preview of the day's most important economic issues. If you'd like to get your FREE one-minute daily primer sent direct to your inbox at 7AM, sign up here.
You'll also get Money Morning, our daily, in-depth email on the state of the financial markets and global economy, and how it affects you and your wealth. Sign up FREE here.
In today’s Money Minute, we look ahead to a quiet week for economic data, but a busy one for company news.
In today’s Money Minute we get data from the US on retail sales and industrial production.
In today’s Money Minute we get GDP figures from the eurozone – with particular focus on whether Germany can avoid recession.
Today, Money Minute looks forward to the latest news on British house prices, plus inflation figures from both sides of the Atlantic.
In today’s Money Minute we get the latest on the UK labour market; a trading update from ITV; and look nervously towards Donald Trump’s speech to the Economic Club of New York.
Today’s Money Minute looks ahead to a week that includes GDP figures, employment data and inflation.
Today’s Money Minute looks ahead to Germany’s trade balance figures, and to the confidence of America’s consumers.
Today’s Money Minute looks ahead to the Bank of England’s latest decision on interest rates, plus house prices from the Halifax.
Today’s Money Minute looks to half-year results from Marks & Spencer, plus a raft of data from across the eurozone.
Today’s Money Minute looks ahead to the latest data on the UK services sector, plus eurozone producer prices.