Purchasing Managers’ survey results from Eurozone and other major economies are due on Wednesday, headlining a light day for the European economic news.
At 2.30 am ET, Sweden’s manufacturing PMI data is due. The Purchasing Managers’ Index is forecast to rise to 54.2 in March from 53.3 in February.
At 3.00 am ET, Hungary’s Central Statistical Office is scheduled to publish final trade data for January. In the meantime, PMI survey results are due from Norway, Poland and Turkey.
At 3.15 am ET, Markit is set to release Spain’s manufacturing PMI data. The index is forecast to rise to 54.8 in March from 54.2 in February.
Thereafter, the Credit Suisse is scheduled to issue Swiss manufacturing survey data. The index is seen at 47.5 in March versus 47.3 in February.
Italy’s PMI figures are due at 3.45 am ET. Economists expect the indicator to improve to 52.1 in March from 51.9 a month ago.
Final PMI data is due from France at 3.50 am ET and Germany’s PMI at 3.55 am ET. The French PMI is expected to match the flash estimate of 48.2 in March and the German PMI to come in at 52.4, in line with initial estimate.
At 4.00 am ET, Markit releases Eurozone final manufacturing PMI report. The index is expected to be at a 10-month high of 51.9, as estimated on March 24.
Half an hour later, the U.K. CIPS/Markit manufacturing PMI is due. Economists forecast the index to climb to 54.4 in March from 54.1 in February.
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