Economic sentiment data from Eurozone is the major report on tap for Thursday, an otherwise light day for European economic news.
Consumer confidence survey results from Statistics Finland is expected at 2 am ET.
At 3.15 am ET, Sweden's National Institute of Economic Research is due to release the economic tendency survey report for April. At 3.30 am ET, Swedish producer price figures from Statistics Sweden is slated for release.
At 4 am ET, Italian business sentiment data is due. Economists expect the sentiment index to remain unchanged in April. The Norwegian Labor and Welfare Organization is also due to announce the unemployment figures for this month at the same time.
The British Bankers' Association is scheduled to publish mortgage approvals data for the month of March at 4.30 am ET. The number of mortgage approvals are expected to rise to 34,000 during the month.
Euro area economic sentiment survey results from the European Commission is slated for release at 5 am ET. Economic confidence index is expected to fall only slightly to 94.2 in April from 94.4 in March.
Italy is auctioning EUR 8.5 billion in six-month treasury bills at around 5 am ET.
The Confederation of British Industry is due to publish the distributive trades survey at 6 am ET. German preliminary inflation data is expected at around 8 am ET.
by RTT Staff Writer
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