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The key focus for Thursday is the BOE decision at 1200 BST. Prior to this, Norges Bank will announce its deposit rate at 0900 BST. Other points of interest include German factory orders, French IP and Turkish inflation.

Wednesday’s FOMC meeting saw the Fed raise rates by 0.50% to a targte range of 0.75% to 1.0% and announce the official June 1 start of bond roll-offs from the balance sheet.

German Factory Orders (0700 BST)

Following the -2.2% m/m decline in February, the March print for German factory orders will highlight the effects of surging energy prices and supply chain disruptions worsened by the onset of the Ukraine war. A softer -1.1% m/m contraction is anticipated, and a -0.7% decline compared to March 2021.

French Industrial Production (0745 BST)

French industrial production is seen contracting -0.2% m/m and softening to +1.4% y/y, down 1pp from February when manufacturing output and pharmaceuticals saw a substantial decline.

Turkish Inflation (0800 BST)

Turkey continues to struggle with soaring CPI, expected to rise to +67.80% y/y in March, up 6.7pp from February as added energy price pressures soar. This is a fresh multi-decade high, however, will have no policy implications with the CBRT holding the benchmark one-week repo rate steady at 14% all year due to unorthodox economic theory of the President that higher interest rates don’t curb inflation.

Norges Bank Decision (0900 BST)

A policy rate change is unlikely in the Norges bank May meeting, with the next hike pencilled in for June as previously signalled. This follows the 25bp hike to 0.75% in March. Downside growth risks of high energy prices and China’s lockdowns underline confidence in this decision. For our comprehensive preview click here.

BOE Decision (1200 BST)

Economists are unanimously expecting a 25bp hike at the BOE’s May meeting, despite markets seeing a 20% chance of a 50bp hike. The focus here will be on changing of the forward guidance statement away from “further tightening may be appropriate in coming months”. Click here for the comprehensive MNI preview, summarising 22 sellside views.

The ECB's Chief Economist Philip R. Lane is the only Eurozone policymaker due to speak Thursday. The BOE press conference is due at 1230 BST, with Governor Andrew Bailey in the hot seat- links to both events are in the calendar below. There may be a raft of post-FOMS appearances by Fed officials.

05/05/20220600/0800**DEManufacturing Orders
05/05/20220630/0830***CH CPI
05/05/20220645/0845*FRIndustrial Production
05/05/20220700/0300*TR Turkey CPI
05/05/20220730/0930**EU IHS Markit Final Eurozone Construction PMI
05/05/20220800/1000***NO Norges Bank Rate Decision
05/05/20220830/0930**UK IHS Markit/CIPS Services PMI (Final)
05/05/20221000/1200EUECB Lane Speech on Euro Area Outlook
05/05/20221100/1200***UK Bank Of England Interest Rate
05/05/20221130/1230UKBOE post-MPC press conference
05/05/20221230/0830**US Jobless Claims
05/05/20221230/0830**US Preliminary Non-Farm Productivity
05/05/20221230/0830**US WASDE Weekly Import/Export
05/05/20221300/1400UK Bank of England DMP Survey
05/05/20221340/0940CA BOC Deputy Schembri speech to Indigenous group.
05/05/20221430/1030**US Natural Gas Stocks
05/05/20221530/1130*US US Bill 08 Week Treasury Auction Result
05/05/20221530/1130**US US Bill 04 Week Treasury Auction Result

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