World markets await 4 important economic events
06/8/2018 12:00 am
week, the global markets are looking for political and economic events, most notably the start of the implementation of US sanctions against Iran. The GDP data in Britain and Japan are also expected to be released along with the results of the companies' business. Economic growth data The UK and Japan are forecasting economic growth for the second quarter of this year this week. On Thursday, Japan will release GDP data amid expectations of growth after the downturn in the economy in the first quarter of this year . In the first three months of this year, Japan's economy registered the first contraction since 2015 by 0.2 percent compared to 0.1 percent growth in the fourth quarter of last year .
Britain reported economic growth data for the second quarter on Friday amid positive expectations. In the first quarter of this year, Britain's economy grew by about 0.2 percent on a quarterly basis and is estimated to have grown by about 0.4 percent in the second quarter of
2018. US inflation reveals the world's largest consumer price data for July last Friday, Expectations indicate that the US inflation rate accelerated in July by 0.2 percent on a monthly basis after it hit 0.1 percent in June. While the CPI rose 2.9 percent in the 12 months to June, the biggest growth since February 2012. US sanctions
The United States has begun to impose sanctions on Iranian individuals and entities starting on Monday, against the background of the US withdrawal from Iran's nuclear deal in May. The United States also threatens to impose sanctions on international oil institutions that import crude oil from Iran in November. Corporate results The companies continue to disclose financial performance for the second quarter of this year. Corporate performance in the second quarter of 2018 was successful, with three earnings from Standard & Poor's, which showed financial performance. Among the companies scheduled to disclose their financial performance this week, "Walt Disney" and "21 Century".