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17:26Poland: Industrial output contracts in April
17:26Russia: Industrial production rises in April
13:26Denmark: Consumer confidence eases in May
00:26Netherlands: Consumer confidence moderates in May but remains high overall
00:26Canada: Inflation stable in April
FrTurkey: Consumer confidence rises further in May
FrChina: House prices accelerate to six-month high in April
FrIndonesia: Growth in retail sales accelerates in March
FrPhilippines: Growth softens marginally on slower government consumption growth
FrIndonesia: Bank Indonesia holds rates steady
FrCzech Republic: The Czech economy speeds up in Q1 on stronger exports and private consumption
FrBrazil: Political déjà-vu - impeachment calls threaten economic recovery
DoNew Zealand: Consumer confidence dips at the start of the year
DoSingapore: Exports fall in April after five consecutive months of growth
DoPanama: Inflation moderates to eight-month low in April
DoPanama: May 17, 2017Consumer prices remained unchanged in April, coming in above the 0.1% drop observed in March.Read moreJapan: Machinery orders increase again in April
DoMalaysia: Inflation moderates in April
DoHungary: Hungarian economy expands robustly in Q1
DoFrance: Inflation inches up in April
MiUnited Kingdom: Unemployment rate drops to a fresh multi-decade low in March, but real wages fall
MiAngola: Inflation continues to drop off, but remains painfully high
MiNetherlands: Economic growth moderates in Q1 on weaker private consumption
MiJapan: Machinery orders increase again in April
MiItaly: Economy keeps pace in Q1 2017
MiNetherlands: Economic growth in the Netherlands moderates in Q1 on weaker private consumption