The week ahead

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The video clips below provide a handy summary of the reports expected on the economic, financial and corporate front around the globe during the week ahead.

US: Parsing economic data
Economic reports take center stage in a holiday-shortened week, with consumer credit figures, U.S. trade balance, jobless claims and wholesale inventories. Consumer, trade numbers could be disappointing.

Europe: Economic data and air traffic
German economic data, Bank of England interest-rate decision, August air traffic reports from Air-France KLM, easyJet and Air Berlin.

Asia: Bank of Japan addresses the yen
The Bank of Japan is set to take center stage in the coming week as it looks at revised GDP and machinery orders in order to determine how to address the rising yen.

Source: MarketWatch (here, here and here), September 3, 2010.

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