Output price figures from the U.K. and industrial production data from France are the main European economic news due on Friday.
At 2 am ET, final inflation figures from Germany are expected. CPI Inflation was steady at 1.7 percent in July, according to preliminary estimates.
At 2.45 am ET, French statistical office Insee is scheduled to release industrial production data for the month of June. Production is forecast to fall 1.8 percent on an annual basis.
At 4 am ET, Italian statistical office is expected to release the final CPI data for July. At the same time, CPI and producer price figures from Norway are due.
The Office for National Statistics is expected to release data on the U.K. factory output price figures at 4.30 am ET. Output prices are forecast to rise 2 percent annually in July following 2.3 percent increase in June.
Portugal inflation data is expected at 5 am ET.
by RTT Staff Writer
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