Good Morning Traders! This Thursday we get Euro-Area PMI and the ECB Meeting Minutes.

Here is what to expect.


The shocking outcome of the Dutch elections, which will reverberate throughout Europe, saw far-right legislator Geert Wilders declare his intention to head the nation's future administration.

A crucial meeting has been postponed by the group as Saudi Arabia and its oil partners are once again embroiled in a disagreement over output quotas for African members.

Oil fell as US data indicated another increase in stocks and 0PEC+ division caused the group to postpone its next meeting, ending speculation of additional output cutbacks by the Saudi-led coalition.

Chinese authorities are exerting greater pressure on banks to close the projected $446 billion funding gap that is required to stabilise the real estate market and deliver millions of unfinished units in an effort to halt the country's property crisis.

In a statement, Governor Tiff Macklem of the Bank of Canada reinforced market and analyst forecasts that short-term rates have peaked and suggested that policymakers may have done enough to control inflation.


03:15 AM ET
French Mfg PMI Flash
Median Forecast 43.3 | Prior 42.8 | Range 44.0/42.5

03:30 AM ET
German Mfg PMI Flash
Median Forecast 41.2| Prior 40.8 | Range 42.0/40.8

German Services PMI Flash
Median Forecast 48.5 | Prior 48.2| Range 49.5/47.5

German Composite PMI Flash
Median Forecast 46.3 | Prior 45.9| Range 47.0/45.3

04:00 AM ET
Eurozone Mfg PMI Flash
Median Forecast 43.5 | Prior 43.1 | Range 44.0/42.5

04:30  AM ET
UK Services PMI Flash
Median Forecast 49.5| Prior 49.5| Range 51.0/48.5

UK Composite PMI Flash
Median Forecast 48.7| Prior 48.7 | Range 50.0/47.9

UK Mfg PMI Flash
Median Forecast 45| Prior 44.8| Range 46.0/44.3

07:00  AM ET
ECB Meeting Minutes


07:30 AM ET
ECB's Makhlouf Speaks

ECB's Cipollone Speaks

07:35 AM ET
ECB's Panetta Speaks


Good Luck Today Traders!