Forecasts & opinions
This week is not over now, but it has been a turbulent week. Market participants were concentrated on the U.S. economic data and the Greek debt crisis. The U.S. labour market data is scheduled to be released today. Analysts expect that U.S. unemployment rate is expected to remain unchanged at 5.4% in May. The U.S. economy is expected to add 227,000 jobs in May, after adding 223,000 jobs in April.
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- China's home prices growth fastest in five months - NBS
- EU сar sales returned to growth in May - ACEA
- Bank of Japan Governor Kuroda: BOJ will debate rising overseas economic risks this week
- Eurozone annual inflation down to 1.2% in May